Jim Iyke, Aisha Yesufu joins Charly Boy in Resume or Resign protest against Buhari

Jim Iyke, Aisha Yesufu joins Charly Boy in Resume or Resign protest against Buhari

- President Muhammadu Buhari's medical vacation is still a trending topic in Nigeria

- A group called Concerned Nigerians, on Monday, August 7, converged at the Unity Fountain and began a daily sit-out

- The group which is demanding for the president to either resume or resign had some new comers join in the protest

Despite collapsing previous day, veteran entertainer Charly Boy and other members of the Concerned Nigerians group have converged at the Unity Fountain, Abuja to continue their #ResumeorResign campaign against President Muhammadu Buhari.

Buhari has been away in London for a medical vacation for over 90 days.

The protest is led by Charly Boy under the ''Our Mumu Don Do'' movement alongside social media influencer, Deji Adeyanju, who is the founder of the Concerned Nigeria group.

Jim Iyke, Aisha Yesufu joins Charly Boy in Resume or Resign protest against Buhari

The protesters are not bothered about the presence of security operatives

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Charly Boy's presence at the sit-out protest comes a day after the veteran musician collapsed following tear gas and water cannons thrown at the group by the Nigeria police.

The protest today, Wednesday, August 9, witnessed the presence of Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke and Bring Back our Girls co-founder, Aisha Yeseufu.

Jim Iyke, Aisha Yesufu joins Charly Boy in Resume or Resign protest against Buhari

Jim Iyke, Aisha Yesufu joins Charly Boy in Resume or Resign protest against Buhari

The protest is holding under the watchful eyes of security operatives including the troops of Nigeria Army in three military vans.

Nigeria's secret police, the Department of State Security (DSS) van is also stationed at the venue of the protest.

Jim Iyke, Aisha Yesufu joins Charly Boy in Resume or Resign protest against Buhari

Scenes from the protest

Meanwhile, the Senate has cautioned protesters to stop heating up the polity with its daily sit-out..

In a statement sent to NAIJ.com by the Senate's spokesman, Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi, he described the agitation of the protesters as an “unreasonable demand.”

The statement said the protesters were only creating unnecessary tension in the country and seeking to divert the attention of the presidency from the economic and security issues which are being tackled with vigour.

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In the video below, Nigerians tell NAIJ.com TV what is working well in Nigeria and what needs to improve:

Source: Naij.com

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