A Pro-Buhari protester has claimed that she was promised N1000 to join the solidarity walk for President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja.
The #IstandwithBuhari demonstration is allegedly intended to counter the nationwide #June12 protest which is ongoing in several cities across the country.
A news media outlet, Roots TV, interviewed some of the Pro-Buhari supporters in Abuja and shared the video online.
In the video, one of the demonstrators said she was promised N1000 to support Buhari but she’s yet to be paid.
Watch the video below,
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The President, during an interview aired on NTA on Friday evening, described some Nigerians as ungrateful for failing to appreciate that his administration is doing so much with little resources.
“Nigerians, I think, are very forgetful. I am very pleased that the majority of Nigerians think that this administration, under the circumstances, are doing their best but people who misappropriated funds are elected members, either at state or federal level.
You can accuse them or try to prove that when they were elected members of the House of Reps and they are given ministries and so on, they had only one house and maybe a wife but now they have several houses may be in Abuja, maybe in Lagos, so, rarely, if you try to work out their legitimacy limit, viz-a-viz their expenditure, they will be exposed.”