President Buhari Must Resume or Resign, No Going Back-Groups




(Press Release) Wednesday August 16th, 2017 will mark 100 days since President Muhammadu Buhari travelled to an undisclosed hospital in the United Kingdom to treat a yet to be disclosed illness. During this period President Buhari has rarely been seen in public and has not communicated with the Nigerian people in a language that a majority of the people can understand.

A few days ago the Presidency released images and video footage of the President receiving some of his aides. However, Nigerians were informed that his medical sojourn to the United Kingdom will continue a while longer as his doctors have not given him clearance to return to the country and resume the execution of his duties as President.

In view of the above, we will hold peaceful processions in several cities across Nigeria and the world at large to press home our demands that President Buhari either returns to the country soon or resigns from office as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The details of these processions include:

Abuja
Event:          Peaceful Procession from the Unity Fountain to Aso Rock Presidential Villa
Date:           Wednesday August 16th, 2017
Time:           0830hrs

Lagos
Event:          Peaceful Procession at the Gani Fawehinmi Park (Freedom Park) Ojota
Date:           Wednesday August 16th, 2017
Time:           0830hrs

London
Event:          Candle light vigil & procession in front of the Abuja House, London
Date:           Tuesday August 15th, 2017
Time:           1900hrs

New York
Event:  Peaceful Procession in front of the Nigerian Consulate, 828 Second Avenue, New York
Date:   Wednesday August 16th, 2017
Time:   0830hrs

5.      We call on Nigerians to join any of these events as we press home our demands for full disclosure of the details of President Buhari’s illness, and for him to return and immediately resume work of resign from office.

God bless Nigeria

SIGNED:

Deji Adeyanju (Co-Convener, #ResumeOrResign Movement
For: Concerned Nigerians.

Adebayo Raphael
Publicity Secretary
Our Mumu Don Do Movement.