The PDP was said to have Hijacked the President’s meeting with the Nigerian Community in the UK. Below is a complaint from an observer.
From the President’s address, you can very well tell that he is aware of the situation in the country and he is working hard to turn things around . Hear him. PMB was addressing the Nigerian Community in the UK. Watch Video Below: ( NB: VIDEO LOADS IN 15SECS)
From the President’s address, you can very well tell that he is aware of the situation in the country and he is working hard to turn things around . Hear him. PMB was addressing the Nigerian Community in the UK.
Posted on Friday, February 5, 2016
“… Buhari is the President and he could decide to keep the PDP sympathisers at the Nigerian High Commission as long as he likes.
Permit me to state here that the High Commission in the last dispensation was very very political. Alhaji Tafida was the chief campaigner of President Goodluck Jonathan.
On the 14th of February last year, we organised a rally in front of the Nigerian High Commission in London. I arrived there at exactly 8:45am to display the banners and rally materials.
The High Commission summoned the Royal protection officers to get me arrested. These police officer have the right to shoot at sight. Why on earth will my own High Commission summon Royal Protection officer to arrest me. I am not a terrorist. I calmly explained to the officer our intention that February morning.
I informed him of our intention to stage a non violent rally to protest the election postponement in Nigeria.
I gave all my details and police permit no. The officer was satisfied with my explanation and left.
The High commission is highly political so also is CANUK, a strategic partner of the PDP in the UK who partnered in the hosting of yesterday’s event.
The APC needs to be more strategic in their planning and dispositions or we loose support of well meaning Nigerian Youths who wish to see a better Nigeria in their time.
A new Nigeria is a collective duty of all progressives
God bless Nigeria.”🇳🇬
CREDIT: ROSE P GRAHAM