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EXPOSED: Buhari rode on empty streets with hundreds of security entourage (Video)
President Mohammadu Buhari’s Imo visit appeared to be an embarrassing one as residents deserted the streets, failed to welcome him.
Despite circulated footage indicating empty and scanty streets, expressways and shut market places, and halted business activities, the surfaced clip shows the president driving on an empty street.
The video also disclosed the president being secured with hundreds of security entourage drove through government house in Imo State.
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) had issued an order to Imo residents to steer away from the president’s visit scheduled today, adding that it is an avenue to urinate on slain youths left under the governor’s watch.
IPOB accused Hope Uzodinma of killing the people entrusted to him to secure, warned him to withdraw the visitation.
In a separate report, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo youth wing also urged the president not to proceed to the planned visit as it is against the sensitivity of the Igbo people.
The sit-at-home order received closely 98 percent compliance in the state and a hundred percent in other eastern states.
Related news uncovered that the state governor, Hope Uzodinma hired paid crowd from Ama-Hausa and some aged parents to make up people’s presence.
However, the governor’s aide, Batos Nwadike has put up an outrageous display in a sighted video following the poor turnout of the hired persons during the event. The coordinator assigned to oversee the crowd hiring was accused of squandering the fund and could not provide enough Bus for the people present. Video