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Sunday, 6 August 2017

Resume or Resign : Adesina To Charlie Boy

The Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina, has said that the requests by some affable society bunches lead by Charles Oputa, AKA Charlie Boy that President Muhammadu Buhari should continue office or leave was not known to the Nigerian laws. Femi Adesina talking on ChannelsTv's Sunday Politics on Sunday said the president would just return after specialists' affirmation. He stated: "Well, the president would dependably do what is lawful and sacred. What they are requesting is not known to our laws. "The president will remain by our laws constantly. He will maintain the laws, he will ensure them." Charly Boy and his gathering amid the Monday challenge will be request that President Muhammadu Buhari continue office or leave. As per an announcement by the coalition of common society bunches issued on Saturday, the dissent would occur in Abuja and London The gatherings guaranteed to proceed with their challenge – a sit-in – at the Unity Fountain in Abuja until the point when the president either returns or leaves. The said the "Today is the 90th day since President Muhammadu Buhari left the nation on a restorative tourism in London," . "We are writing to illuminate the overall population, neighborhood and global media, common society bunches that Mr Charles Oputa, AKA Charlie Boy and other noticeable Nigerians will be driving the Monday every day sit-out at the Unity Fountain by 10am. "The banner off of the day by day sit-out will begin with a parade from the Unity Fountain to Aso Rock by 9am provoke. "The London leg of the dissent which is planned to hold at the Abuja House, London by 11am (UK time) will be driven by Comrade Chidi Cali, Barrister Bob and a few others. "Other conspicuous Nigerians that have demonstrated enthusiasm for gracing the day by day sit-out in requesting for President Muhammadu Buhari's arrival or renunciation from office are Nollywood performing artist, Jim Iyke and numerous others."