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Angry Daura youths were spotted in a viral video chanting, Nigerian President, Mohammadu Buhari to pack his load and leave Aso Rock.
The youths heard speaking in dialects, numbering hundreds and added that the presidential villa is not his father’s house.
This indicates the president’s popularity in his hometown is threatened.
We understand Nigeria under Buhari’s watch has recorded unexpected negative outcomes regarding continued security challenges rocking the country, mainly the northern region.
Similarly, calls to restructure the economic architecture particularly, resource control, etc gain more attention from southern and middle belt bigwigs.
More so, agitators’ demand to conduct a referendum in the country remains a focused issue by youths from the South Eastern and Western parts of the country.
The federal government has given little or no attention to the surging tension.