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Saturday, May 6, 2017

Group vows to stage a mammoth protest for Buhari’s resignation if…

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Concerned Nigerians give Buhari 14 days to resign or risk massive protest
The former Head of new media for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and convener of pro-democracy and good governance group, Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju, has given President Muhammadu Buhari 14 days to address Nigerians or risk a huge protest for his resignation.

In a statement made available to Ripples Nigeria on Saturday and signed by the convener, Adeyanju and Dr. John Danfulani, his secretary, the group wondered how President Buhari should still keep his mute on speculation over his health, which has for several weeks kept him out of public functions including Federal Executive Council (FEC) meetings.
The statement read, "The handling of the situation relating to President Buhari's health has led to a lot of political uncertainty in the country. This uncertainty has in turn led to a lot of economic uncertainty as major economic stakeholders and players are unable to make short, middle and long term economic decisions.
"Furthermore, the uncertainty about President Buhari's health is stoking ethnic and religious tensions. Only recently a user of the social networking site – Facebook - threatened to kill 200 innocent Nigerians if President Buhari dies. This threat may not be unconnected with rumours making rounds in the northern parts of the country that President Buhari was poisoned.
"To this end, we call on President Buhari to, as a matter of urgency, publicly address the nation on the state of his health and other national issues. Such an address will go a long way in assuaging the socio-economic and political tensions.
"If President Buhari fails or refuses to address the nation within 14 days of this statement, we will commence a series of nationwide peaceful processions calling on President Buhari to resign from office. The processions will also call on the Federal Executive Council and the National Assembly to set up a committee to assess his health in line with Section 144 of the Constitution if he fails or refuses to do so.
"While we recognise that illnesses can afflict anyone, particularly someone of President Buhari's age, an occupant of the office of the president has to be more forthcoming with information regarding his health. It is an obligation that the President bears to conduct himself in a manner that does not affect the peace, order and good governance of the country.
"In all this, we wish President Buhari a speedy recovery from the illnesses that plague him. However, we believe that he can no longer recover in a manner that plagues the entire country."
Adeyanju, it could be recalled had his planned protest to demand for the release of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in April stopped, after he was picked up by Nigerian security operatives in the early early hours of the date for the protest.


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