Thursday, 26 February 2015

Paid anti-Buhari protesters at Chatham House exposed (video)

Some supporters of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Muhammadu Buhari, and a group of Nigerians allegedly sponsored by the Nigerian government on Thursday clashed at the premises of Chatham House, London, where Mr. Buhari delivered a lecture.

Mr. Buhari, a retired major general and former military head of state, was invited to Chatham House to deliver a lecture entitled, “Prospects for Democratic Consolidation in Africa: Nigeria’s Transition”.

However, before he arrived for the event, some protesters gathered in front of the venue placards and chanting songs in protest against the the APC candidate.



The anti-Buhari demonstrators bore placards with the inscriptions such as “Buhari Belongs to the past: The past can’t belong to the future of our children”, “A dictator hiding behind another pastor cannot be a democrat”, and “Nigeria will not return to the past.”

Others wore T-shirts with inscriptions such as “Diaspora says no to a tyrant.”

The video below shows the protesters did not know why they were protesting; and a lady who claimed she arranged the protesters from Manchester.


 



34 comments:

  1. Najoji Sunday David27 February 2015 at 07:48

    HOW DO YOU KNOW THEY WERE PAID? ANY EVIDENCE?

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    1. Kaycee Oliver Njoku1 March 2015 at 16:41

      The poster of that video is a frnd and colleague to one of Buhari's daughters. They were both seen prior to that Chatham house event! APC is a party of deceit!

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    2. Nwaofili Wiseone Favour1 March 2015 at 16:42

      The merger of ACN, CPC and ANPP brings to manifestation two kinds of terrorism--jihadism in the North and intellectual terrorism in South west.

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  2. God ponish who ever päid to protest against Gen muhammed bihari any where in the world!

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  3. There were two protests at chatam house one was pro and the other anti Buhari.
    So was the pro Buhari camp not paid also?

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    1. There wasn't a protest in support of Buhari, Protests are never affirmative

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    2. They were all protesters, Buhari's supporters are also protesters against GEJ.

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    3. Oga Edem Odiong, try to understand the word protest before you comment. It means to express opposition through action or words. How is your wife sir? Happy weekend.

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    4. Fola, come to think of it, are supporters of GMB not opposers to GEJ?
      Thats where we have the term opposition parties.
      Supporters of both camps are protesters of the opposing camps.
      My brothers I know the term.

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  4. as someone that want to rule a country , have this man Buhari helped anyone before; what good have he done to Nigerians , so that we can COUNT from there. any good record of him?

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  5. Even say all hope is lost no , no be to vote to this old man, 200,000,000 of Nigerians , where we have educated people this old man go come rule no, e get as e be na make u people check am

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  6. Please I still wish to know who paid the protesters and the evidence(s) to prove it?

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  7. Buhari is having a nice time, what a dubious way of saying goodbye!

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  8. Gisanrin Triple A28 February 2015 at 19:29

    4 doses dat protect 4 postive change u surely dex gain d merit in dere life,4 doses u protected b bcos money,a oni sepe enu wa ko ni gbofo, dis is total rubbish,u re ova dere upon 1 dollar is #210 in nijja,stil u re d instrument of politis,ti ajo ko san e,o je ma bo ni ile, look at dem friend of stealing is nt corruction,wel nigeria surely turn 2 postive n favour change 4 d masses amen.

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  9. Victor Mmaduabuchi Emmanuel28 February 2015 at 19:30

    Najoji sunday, watch the footage and see evidence for yourself, they were induced with fat cash.

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  10. Seth Ifeanyi Chuks28 February 2015 at 19:31

    Nigerians are on final test or examination. Either you love money and die or embark on the truth and live. So it is left for all of us to make our choice. For me and my family, we shall embark on only but the truth. What of you?

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  11. Seth Ifeanyi Chuks28 February 2015 at 19:32

    PDP thinks because they are in control of our money so they can use it whichever ways they want. Anyway God will decide the best for Nigeria.

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  12. Ofonime Ekpenyong28 February 2015 at 19:33

    APC Evil people. By their spoken word you know them

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  13. Ofonime Ekpenyong28 February 2015 at 19:34

    Nigerian that rejected him in 2011 are still waiting him

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  14. Why should you call it a paid protest? At what point has Nigeria get to this stage that says 'if not for Buhari, there will be no country called Nigeria? Has the qualify leaders vanish in Nigeria that made only buhari to remain relevant in the Ring? Those who can read the hand writing on the wall, has not only seen that General Buhari belong to the past generation of Nigeria, but also, in a group of dictatorship which is no longer viable for the future of any sane Nigeria youth. No matter what he think that he can tell the world, we're not in agrarian age where his mate has ruled and past, the chatham house will never vote for him, the voters are right hear in Nigeria ever ready to vote him out once again. Buhari is not worthy of been nigeria President at this jet age.

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  15. Obasi Michael Chukwu28 February 2015 at 19:37

    The presenter addressed her compatriots as hungry looking and smiling. Low lives that lack the mental capability for nation building nor to appreciate the efforts of real Nationalists, believe the garbage she spewed out. What a shame!

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  16. My worry is not how paid agents got paid - Both parties are experts in crowd renting.
    It's a national embarrassment how the youths are being used.

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    1. I am more worried about those who are not paid that are killing for nothing

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  17. Akorede Adigun Adams1 March 2015 at 12:23

    GEJ just sharing our money like trebor. Dashing billion here,
    billion there. Bazaar for parasites, economic saboteurs, sycophants,
    praise singers, pastors, marabouts, Yoruba elders, market women,
    food is ready politicians, AGIP politicians, political prostitutes, political
    hacks, anyone that can guarantee him one vote!
    GEJ is just sharing our money like sweet.
    No wonder Naira is just losing value and becoming useless everyday
    like PDP membership card.
    The clueless one.

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  18. Gideon Gowon But was Buhari a tyrant?And mr/mrs poster,do u want Nigerians to go back to the past?if ur answer is yes then they paid u and if u said no then u are not sincere

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  19. Adebayo Kazeem Bamidele1 March 2015 at 16:37

    so any protest against burari are paid, even if buhari lose election for the fourth time,nigerian are paid to do so...

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  20. political gimmick..its beeen masterminded by APC .. politics..dirty Game..

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  21. Ajukwu Osita Austin1 March 2015 at 16:38

    Lol! APC will not kill us o. How would I have been paid to protest against sm1 and come out openly and attest to the fact that I was paid to do so? I mean there's no connection between the lies. APC, you ve 2 b smart wen telling lies so piple won't be able to read between the lines.

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  22. Asiwaju Edward Adekunle1 March 2015 at 16:39

    In this jet age of ours what these people have done for peanut change will have a kind of adverse effect on their lives probably in the next 20years they will regret their actions. I don't care if they are for GMB/GEJ.But for the mere fact that money was involved, it will come back to hurt them."Oro agba ni ....."

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  23. Okwuchukwu Festus1 March 2015 at 16:43

    APC will not kill us.......hehehehe

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  24. Funmi Hadiza Oyediran1 March 2015 at 16:43

    I just notice here that Nigeria still have a long way to go, talking of education and orientation and total overhauling of our mindset. Two opposition parties there, no cutlass, knife, guns and even the so called African power. May God save Nigeria and Nigerians

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  25. So what do we do nw?

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  26. Pragandists Dumping Party (pDP); pDP Boko Haram; pDP GEJ (SHEKAU); pDP Liars; pDP Terrorists; pDP Rumours; GEJ (Shekau) Commander in Chief of Boko Haram! Why GEJ Killed yakowa, Azazi and 4 Others because of 2015 elections.

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