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Video: Two men beaten for staging ‘Buhari Must Go’ protest in Kogi

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Video: Two men beaten for staging ‘Buhari Must Go’ protest in Kogi

Video: Two men beaten for staging ‘Buhari Must Go’ protest in Kogi

Two men were beaten for staging a ‘Buhari Must Go’ protest in Lokoja, the Kogi state capital.

The two anti-Buhari campaigners stormed the area carrying placards with inscriptions that “Buhari Must Go”. They were also caught using paint to write the same on a wall in the environment.

In the video, some residents of the area intercepted them, using whips to flog the men as they ordered them to clean the anti-Buhari declaration they wrote on the wall.

According to the Kogi youths, such protest against President Buhari is not welcomed in the state as the state belongs to the President.

WITHIN NIGERIA recall that Kogi State Commissioner for Information and Communication, Kingsley Fanwo in a statement on Monday condemned campaigns by some individuals against President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government.

Fanwo alleged that the youths who were sponsored congregated at Benue State from where they moved to Kogi State and began to paint walls as well as display anti-Buhari posters that were printed in a South South State.

According to him, Kogi youths who are ardent supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari apprehended the sponsored hoodlums and handed them to law enforcement agents for possible prosecution for violating the Environmental Laws of Kogi State and disturbing the peace of the people.

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