Nigerian Protesters In UN Assembly Change Strategy, Use Mobile Vans To Demand For Referendum

In continuation of their demand for a referendum, members of the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-Determination (NINAS) have adopted using cellular van to promote their calls for in New York, United States, the place the United Nations assembly is ongoing.

In a video obtained by SaharaReporters, the van boldly displayed digital messages reminiscent of “Nigeria is a scam” for passersby to see.

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One of the agitators stated: “Disgracing Nigeria and Buhari at United Nations Headquarters, New York. We are far ahead of this game against them.”

On September 14, the members of NINAS began a deliberate protest in entrance of the United Nations Headquarters in New York, the United States.

The coalition of agitators for self-determination consists of southerners and middle-belt individuals, below Ilana Omo Oodua, Lower Niger Congress and the Middle Belt Movement, led by Prof Banji Akintoye, Tony Nnadi and Yusuf Turaki respectively.

In images obtained by SaharaReporters, they took to some streets to drive house their demand for a referendum in order to actualise their dream of getting Nigeria damaged into separate nations.

The group had earlier acknowledged that it could maintain a protest on the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

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The protest had continued since then however it was intensified on Monday following the arrival of President Muhammadu Buhari to the US.

SaharaReporters had additionally reported that there was pressure on the Nigerian House in New York, the United States after two teams of Nigerians within the diaspora clashed in a protest because the President arrived.

Buhari had earlier arrived in New York for the high-level conferences of the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.

The Nigerian President will tackle the high-level session of the General Assembly on Friday, September 24, when he would converse on the theme of the convention and different world points.

However, drama had ensued on Monday when two teams of Nigerian protesters within the diaspora clashed because the President arrived.

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

One of the leaders of the counter group, Foluso Aruleba, highlighted the assorted issues confronting Nigeria as a nation, asserting that there could be no peace with out justice. She regretted that the Buhari administration had continued to borrow cash among the many declining worth of the naira.

The 76th session of the General Assembly started on September 14 and would finish on September 27.

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