Ijaw Group Threatens To Invade Abuja If Buhari Is Not Impeached
The agitation for President Muhammadu Buhari’s impeachment or resignation has continued to increase as Nigerians are getting impatient with mere reports suggesting that the president is recuperating fast.
Latest in the series of calls for President Buhari’s resignation or impeachment is from a group under the aegis of Ijaw People Development Initiative (IPDI).
The IPDI, in a statement on Tuesday, threatened to flood the streets of Abuja if the National Assembly fails to impeach the president.
National President of the IPDI, Comrade Austin Ozobo, demanded in Warri that Acting President Yemi Osinbajo be declared president.
“We will go to the streets or we will go to the National Assembly or to the Aso Villa to block it if they fail to begin the process of impeaching the President.
“There’s no two ways about it. So, senate president cannot be president on this ground. The Vice President is coming in as president of this country.
Speaking on the anti-Buhari protest that commenced on Tuesday in Abuja, Ozobo said, ”Charly Boy is in order. What he did is lawful and we are in support of it. It shouldn’t be only Charly boy, every reasonable or every well meaning Nigerian should embark on this because we hope to achieve something.”