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Buhari, Osinbajo resign now – Wizkid
Nigerian superstar Wizkid has called on Mohammadu Buhari, Nigeria’s President and his Vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo to resign immediately.
He was reacting to a military attack at Lekki Tollgates on End SARS demonstrators following 24 hours curfew by the Lagos State governor, Sanwo Olu.
Wizkid said the age of the Nigerian President, Buhari is not acceptable, therefore, both his vice resign along with him.
In his words; @MBuhari you are a failure! Old and incompetent! Step down! We don’t want you, your Vice President and your IG! Resign!
This is coming hours after Manchester United striker, Odion Ighalo reacted to the bloodletting in Lagos, said Nigerians are tired of the APC leadership.
He, however, appealed to the international community to intervene in matters unfolding in the country.
Recall protesters were invaded yesterday by suspected military personnel at Lekki Concession Company.
The attackers fired a sporadic bullet at the campaigners leaving an unconfirmed number dead and many bullet injuries.
Following the brutal attack recorded in Lekki, youths are rampaging in various states, including Aba, Rivers, and Imo in view to register their anger.
Human Rights groups have as well condemned the Nigerian army.
However, the military had debunked involvement in the outrageous invasion, referred to reports linking them as ‘Fake News’.
Sanwo-Olu had cleared on the shooting, noting that no death was recorded despite visual footages in circulation. He apologized and appealed to residents to remain calm.
He additionally suspended business activities in the state for 72 hours after the re-closure of schools.