Jim Iyke joins protesters in Abuja seeking Buhari’s resignation

Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke, has joined outspoken entertainment personality, Charly Boy, and other protesters demanding the resignation of Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari.

Charly Boy had on Monday started the protest, tagged ‘Our Mumu Don Do’ at the Aso Villa entrance in Abuja.

 

The protesters were sprayed with water on Tuesday as they maintained their ground, and have now been joined by Jim Iyke who was spotted in their midst on Wednesday.

The actor speaking with newsmen

‘What we’re asking for is simple. We’re saying collectively, enough is enough. You cannot run a country, from another country for 94 days,’ he told newsmen.

‘It is only in this country that a president would try to run a whole country like [Nigeria] from another country,’ Jim Iyke added.

Charly Boy at the protest

 

Buhari has been on medical vacation since May 2017, the second such vacation he has been on this year.

Recall that the president first spent almost 60 days in London between January and March.

 

 

 

Lukmon Fasasi

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