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Protesters storm United Nations office in Abuja

05 September 2016, 20:15

Abuja - Protesters have allegedly stormed the United Nations office in Abuja over their disgruntlement with Amnesty International in Nigeria, Naij reported.

The protesters want the United Nations to intervene in what Amnesty International is planning to do; recolonise Nigeria.

According to reports, the protesters who are under the aegis of Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency have stated that they want the AI to leave the country because of what they intend to do.

Also read: PHOTOS: Women protest against Dino Melaye in Abuja

Leader of the group, Ikpa Isaac, has stated that they are aware of the numerous attempts being made by Amnesty International and in all their doings they are undermining the current Buhari led administration.

The group further stated that the Nigerian government is capable of handling their problems.

For more on this story visit Naij


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