Concerned Nigerian Leads Protest To UN Office In Canada

Concerned Nigerian Leads Protest To UN Office In Canada
Comrade Oludibia Elekene
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A concerned Nigerian citizen has embarked on a one-man protest to the United Nations headquarters in Toronto, Ontario in Canada.

The protester who identified himself as Comrade Oludibia Elekene marched to the front of the United Nations headquarters in a solo protest while holding up a placard that said ‘INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY COME TO OUR AID IN NIGERIA’.

He decried the situation of things in Nigeria and he lamented on the state at which ‘General Muhammadu Buhari’ as he described the President of Nigeria has left things in the country.

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He accused the President of accommodating terrorists in his Government, he also accused President Muhammadu Buhari of leading a nepotic Government that favours the Northerners better than other ethnic groups in the country.

He pleaded with the International community to look into the area of banditry and fulani herdsmen to which the Buhari-Government has turned a deaf-ear to.

 

AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK

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