EXPOSED: How Buhari Regime Hired Pro-Government Protesters In New York, Paid Them $50 Per Hour

Pro-government Nigerian protesters who countered teams agitating for self-determination in New York, United States on Monday have been paid $50 per hour, SaharaReporters has gathered. 

One of the folks concerned in “the deal” advised SaharaReporters that the “One Nigeria” protesters have been promised $50 for one hour and $150 for 3 hours to be on the venue of the protest and to indicate help for the President Muhammadu Buhari regime regardless of the obvious failures. 

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“One of the organisers of the fake “One Nigeria” protest who bribed some Nigerians with the cash is Harun Bello. He not too long ago took a photograph with controversial terrorists-linked Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami,” a prime supply revealed to SaharaReporters.

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Also, a girl confirmed that she was contacted by the organisers of the “One Nigeria” protest however she declined. 

The supply mentioned the organisers requested a duplicate of the identification card of those that can be becoming a member of the protest which brought about an uproar and made some folks again out of the protest. 

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She mentioned, “I was invited for the pro-Buhari protest. The organisers promised to pay $50 for one hour and we’ll be there for three hours. The person did not know we are Oduduwa adherents; we played along as if we didn’t understand him. He explained that he was given a contract to do it but yesterday, it became an issue.

“Nigerians who initially agreed later had an issue with the organisers because the organisers of the pro-Buhari protest said those who would join the protest must tender their ID cards, a copy would be made and taken to the Nigerian House but those ones refused because an ID card in America is very significant. 

“With that, the organisers had to quickly go and look for any other Nigerian they saw or those who had no legal papers yet and who are in need of the $150, that they would take them to the venue. It was a staged protest. It was $50 an hour for three hours making it $150.”

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The revelation comes as two Nigerian teams with conflicting ideologies confronted one another in New York over the President’s go to. 

The teams had converged on the Nigerian House on forty second Street, 2nd Avenue, airing opposing views concerning the problems with insecurity in Nigeria and its unity.

WATCH: Pro-Buhari and Anti-Buhari Protesters Clash In New York As @MBuhari Attends @UN Assembly Amid Insecurity, Human Rights Violations In Nigeria pic.twitter.com/iz1bMnhymH

— Sahara Reporters (@SaharaReporters) September 21, 2021

The protest started as President Muhammadu Buhari arrived in New York for his scheduled actions for the United Nations General Assembly.

The One Nigeria group members carried placards on which have been written, “Stronger together”, “Unity in diversity”, “Genocide in Eastern Nigeria plain propaganda”, “Nigerians want national unity, not secession”, “Nigerian Christians not targets of genocide or ethnic cleansing”.

They have been, nonetheless, opposed by some anti-Buhari protesters who had been organising protests for days calling for a referendum to find out the destiny of the nation.

The protesters who’re calling for self-determination alleged that the members of the One Nigeria Group have been “fake” Nigerians employed to hold the flags and take footage.

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