Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, has revealed plans by Nigerians abroad to stage a massive protest against President Muhammadu Buhari at the forthcoming United Nations General Assembly.
According to Timi Frank, the mass protests which is slated for 17th of September, 2019, during the UN General Assembly is aimed at demanding for the release of all political prisoners under the APC administration.
The activist in a statement in Abuja on Wednesday said the protest demands the freedom of Leah Shaibu, Omoyele Sowore, Dasuki and El-Zazaky.
Timi Frank also added that other demands include; a stop to Fulani herdsmen killings, respect for the rule of law, stop insecurity, stop human rights abuse, stop interfering, harassing and intimidating the judiciary, among others.
He said “We urge all Nigerians in diaspora to come out and protest in New York and make him understand that Nigeria belongs to all of us. This apolitical protest is to save Nigeria from further destruction by Gen Buhari whose sole aim is to islamise Nigeria.
“A protest date will be communicated later, however Nigerians in diaspora should brace up for this mother of all protest as this is an opportunity to let the world know about the plight of Nigeria and Nigerians.
“Buhari will be attending the UN general assembly meeting; therefore Nigerians should come out en-masse to protest to save Nigeria from further destruction by the incompetent Buhari,” Frank said.
“All regional groups including IPOB in diaspora should take part in this apolitical protest to bring to the knowledge of the world, the sufferings, human right abuse and oppression being meted out to Nigerians by Buhari,” he added.
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