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Federal government sent thugs to disrupt our protests - Charly Boy, other protesters raises serious allegation

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- The #ResumeorResign protest group in Abuja has alleged that the federal government hired thugs to disrupt the protest

- The group described the attempted attack as totally unprovoked

The #ResumeorResign protest group has alleged that some thugs allegedly sponsored by the federal government came to disrupt the group's protest at the Unity Fountain, Abuja.

Recall that reported that the group led by controversial entertainer, Charles Oputa, aka Charly Boy is currently staging a protest to demand President Muhammadu Buhari.

In a statement signed by Charly Boy and co-convener Deji Adeyanju, the group said:“This attack came shortly after we had been informed by officers that policemen would be unavailable to prevent a breakdown of law and order on Saturday, August 12, 2017 because of other engagements.

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“We are reliably informed that these thugs are sponsored by the federal government and members of the cabal that seeks to prevent us from asking for full disclosure of the health status of President Muhammadu Buhari.

“Our group remains committed to a peaceful achievement of our target of demanding for full disclosure about the illness of President Buhari.

“We also state that we will not be provoked into resorting to violence or any such activities that will violate our core principles and ethics.

“We urge all Nigerians to be prepared for a long fight and look out for a day of global action. God punish the evil doers that put Nigeria in the precarious situation it is today!”

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Meanwhile, the Charly Boy led anti-Buhari protest group has said that it cannot be distracted by the actions of the pro-Buhari group.

The Charly Boy group was met at the Unity Fountain in Abuja by a group protesting against their quest for President Muhammadu Buhari to resign.

However, speaking during the group's daily sit-out on Friday, August 11, one of the protesters, Dare Ariyo, said their quest through the sit-out is not based on the number of people who have joined them but the quality of their request.

Watch this TV video of Samuel Ortom disclosing what governors told Buhari during their visit to Abuja House, London:

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