Place an Interim Government- Anti-Tinubu protesters demand
Fresh protesters stormed the nation’s capital over the just concluded Presidential election. The kicked against the May 29 inauguration of Bola-Ahmed Tinubu as the President Elect.
They asked President Muhammadu Buhari to put the Interim Government in place before he leaves office on May 29.
The protesters who were armed with various placards also demanded that several foreign embassies in Nigeria to revoke the visas of 15 INEC Resident Electoral Commissioners RECs.
The RECs they want to be sanctioned are those of Lagos, Rivers, Borno, Zamfara, Niger, Jigawa, Kano and Imo. Others are Ebonyi, Ekiti, Ogun, Oyo, Cross River, Katsina and Edo States.
While addressing journalists at the Unity Fountain, where the protest started, one of the leaders of the group identified as Dr Moses Paul, said the interim government is expected to appoint a new INEC chairman and conduct a fresh election that will produce a befitting President for Nigeria.
In addition, they demanded that the President of this country immediately arrest and prosecute the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, who has committed the greatest fraud in the history of humanity.
“We need him arrested and prosecuted.”
Furthermore, they revealed that the have been to the US Embassy, the British Council in Nigeria, and have also submitted a letter to the French Embassy, calling on them to advise the Nigerian government that the Nigerian people are not happy.
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