EXPOSED: Presidency Bribe Nigerians with $20,000 to Protest and Embarrass Buhari in London, Leaked Documents Reveals

A document detailing how the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Campaign Organisation mobilised thousands of dollars to the United Kingdom to stage a protest at the Chattam House in London to embarrass the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), General Muhammadu Buhari has leaked.

The  document titled “RE: THE CHATHAM HOUSE RALLY: MARCH AGAINST DICTATOR”  and signed by  the Assistant Director, Civil Society and Support Groups – Diaspora of the PDP Campaign  Organisation, Chief Peter Mozie, addressed to the Director, Civil Society and Support Groups of the PDP campaign, Professor Nick Eze and copied to the Special Assistant to the President on Political Affairs, Professor Nuhu Alkali reveals all the activities lined up against Buhari beginning from 9am local time.

Abusidiqu had earlier reported that the spokesman of the PDP campaign organisation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has mobilised some Nigerians in the UK to protest against Buhari with the intent of embarrassing him before the international community.

Gen. Buhari is billed to present a lecture titled: “Prospects for Democratic Consolidation in Africa: Nigeria’s Transition” on the same day the PDP is planning the protest at the Chatham House, London

According to the document, By 9:30am, hired drummers will be playing patriotic Nigerian music (9am to 9.30am); start chanting of anti-Buhari and anti-military songs; speakers start speaking about Buhari’s dictatorship at 10am; Diasporas will stay at Chatham House and continue to chant anti-Buhari songs until the event is over.

To make the protest possible, Mr. Mozie, who is the author of the document requested for the sum of $20,000 which would be used to defray the cost of logistics, mobilisation of the protesters as well as their among others. We authoritatively gathered was approved and have since been delivered to make the protest a success.

See the document below:

Anti_Buhari Protest Memo_1Anti-Buhari Protest_2

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