Video Emerges Of Homeless People In America Allegedly Paid To Stage Rally In Support Of Buhari’s Government

Video emerges of homeless people in America allegedly paid to stage rally in support of Buhari’s government

A video has emerged on the internet showing various black people going into a building in New York allegedly to collect some clothing with a female voice warning the people to desist from their actions because the Nigerian government is wicked and are perpetrators of evil acts such as kidnapping.

The person making the recording alleged that the people going into the building were being paid 50 dollars each and given some clothes to stage a protest in support of President Buhari’s government.

It will be recalled that some groups staged protests in New York against the Buhari-government during the just-concluded UN general assembly meeting while a counter-protest supporting the government also surfaced.

A video that has gone viral on social media has now alleged that the pro-government supporters were ‘bribed’ in a particular building.

Naija News recalls that the Secretary-General of the UN Antonio Guterres thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for making a tremendous effort in bringing peace and stability to West Africa. Guterres also implored the president to continue in his good deeds and also praised him for fighting terrorism in Nigeria.

Below are some of the comments showing how enraged people are at the video

winnie_ijay: Imagine a government capitalizing on the status of its citizen outside the country! If they did a good job any governing and running a country, these people wouldn’t need to get “paid” to do this! Shame on this government.


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