Buhari support group slams Charly Boy over Our Mumu Don Do rallies

The Buhari Support Organisation (BSO), Enugu State chapter has faulted the anti- Buhari protests led by music star, Chairlieboy and other celebrities under the aegis of ‘Our Mumu Don Do’.

According to the group, instead of attacking Buhari who met all the constitutional requirements before embarking on his medical vacation in United Kingdom, the protesters should redirect their attention to the National Assembly, where a loan proposal of 30 billion dollars proposed by the President to get us out of recession has been gathering dust.

Speaking with journalists in Enugu, the Chairman of Buhari Support Organization (BSO) in Enugu State, Chief Anike Nwoga, described the protests as needless.

“We are of the candid view that whereas our brother Chairlieboy and his group have the inalienable rights to assemble and protest as provided by the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; however they should redirect their energy in appealing to the National Assembly that sat for over one year on $29.9 billion procured by President Muhammadu Buhari for the development of our deficit critical infrastructure.

“BSO Enugu State Chapter believe sincerely that the hunger, gross unemployment and abject poverty ravaging our dear country, will be half addressed if the loans are approved by the National Assembly.” He said.

Nwoga, who is also the Vice Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Enugu East senatorial district, explained that the President fulfilled all the constitutional requirements before embarking on his medical trip to the United Kingdom.

According to the Enugu BSO chairman, there is no vacuum in leadership and the Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo has discharged his duties creditably and diligently.

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