Despite Wuse Market attack, Charly Boy announces vigil to hold in front of Abuja House London
- The anti-Buhari protesters have announced it will hold an all night vigil at the Abuja House in London
- The group said it will hold a candle light vigil and procession will take place in front of the Presidential residence in London on Friday, August 18
- The group said the vigil which will begin at 5pm and last until dawn is open to all Nigerians in support of the #ResumeOrResign protest ongoing in Nigeria
Despite escaping lynching on Tuesday, August 15, at the populous Wuse Market, Abuja, the Charly Boy led anti-Buhari protesters have announced it will hold an all night vigil at the Abuja House in London.
One of the group's leader, Deji Adeyanju, while speaking to journalists said a candle light vigil and procession will take place in front of the Presidential residence in London on Friday, August 18.
Adeyanju also said the vigil which will begin at 5pm and last until dawn is open to all Nigerians in support of the #ResumeOrResign protest ongoing in Nigeria.
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The group also said it will conduct a peaceful procession from the Unity Fountain to the Presidential Villa on Wednesday, August 16, at 8.30 am in Abuja.
Similarly, a peaceful procession will be conducted at the Gani Fawehinmi Park (Freedom Park) in Lagos and in front of the Nigerian Consulate, 828 Second Avenue, New York on Wednesday, August 16, by 8.30 am.
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Legit.ng earlier reported that the anti-Buhari group was attacked by marketers in Abuja most populous market.
This attack came after the group led by Charly Boy stormed the market to garner support for the protest against President Muhammadu Buhari's long stay in London.
Charly Boy and his group were attacked by angry counter-protesters who are believed to be supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari.
He was rescued by security operatives who shot tear-gas into the air to disperse the attackers and he was then whisked away to safety.
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Watch Charly Boy's Our Mumu Don Do protest on Legit.ng TV held in Lagos few months ago: