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Democracy at its peak as British Prime Minister clash with angry protesters, who pelted him with Stones and other unidentified objects.
The video, which was circulated on social media made a close difference between Nigeria and Britain.
In Nigeria, we have seen cases where a political leader orders to kill protesters for expressing their views on governance.
The case of Shiites and Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Yusuf Buratai, who, according to Amnesty International Report, ordered the killing of over 200 protesters who obstructed his journey in Kaduna.
Another example are the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) who were proscibed by federal government on ground of national security after recorded series of peaceful protests.
The video, which was uploaded by a Twitter client, Prof. Ikechi Mgbeoji, showed the newly inaugurated prime minister whisked away by security operatives amidst rain of different objects at him.