Group alerts police of plans to hold 10 million-man march for Buhari in Abuja


In the midst of the nationwide #EndSARS protests which have grounded business and government activities, a group ‘I stand With Buhari’, has officially informed the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu of its plans to hold a 10 million-man march in support of the President Muhammadu Buhari.

The group’s convener, Ogovhukwu Ezeaku expressed optimism of receiving a positive response from the police.

He said the march would take place at the Unity Fountain, Maitama, Abuja, on Wednesday.

“We have informed the police and I am sure there will be no problem.”

He also ruled out a possible clash with the #EndSARS protesters, saying the two groups had different objectives and as such have no reason to clash with each other.

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Ezeaku said the march was conceived to show the President that the majority of Nigerians were still with him.

In a separate message on Facebook, the group stated that they would support the #EndSARS movement as long as it focuses on police excesses.

It said the moment the protesters called for Buhari’s resignation, they would also launch a counter-offensive.

“Many Buharists support #EndSARS but the moment you change the protest to any other silly hashtag you will know that we are 15 million strong!” it said.

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