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The residents of Borno State were captured booing President Mohammadu Buhari as seen on the expressway to the capital city.
The crowd who were over chanting with different derogatory words in Hausa dialect, including ‘Bamazo’ (meaning we do not need you), stood along a bridge weaving in refusal and rejection manner.
President Buhari’s visit to the state is coming barely 24 hours after some unidentified gunmen suspected to members of the Boko Haram terrorists killed over thirty people and whisking away many.
Though, in separate news, some aggrieved soldiers reportedly took protest against the president over the release of one thousand four-hundred insurgents in the guise of repentance.
However, Buhari had earlier expressed worry over the continued killings rocking major states in the country promised to fulfil his electoral promises.
The viral footage, shared by TheCable and retrieved by SCANNEWS 24, Watch: