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The Nigerians in Diaspora Monitoring Group (NDMG), United Kingdom chapter, has condemned the recent protest over President Muhammadu Buhari’s medical vacation in London.
The group made this known in a statement released by its coordinator Ibukun Ola.
He said recent developments posed great danger to Nigeria’s stability more than other ongoing threats.
This warning became necessary following the ugly incident of Tuesday when the protest was taken to Wuse Market in Abuja, and subsequently resulted in chaos.
The decision of the protesters to enter a trading space is condemnable since businessmen in this facility bought and owned their stalls and would not allow other people to deprive them of their means of livelihood without repercussions.
Handymen and truck pushers who rely on smooth operations at the market would similarly not condone any activity that would deprive them of their means of sustenance.
The coordinator said those that felt their space had been invaded should invite the relevant law enforcement agencies to intervene and not take the law into their hands
We urge the police and other security agencies not to pander to political correctness but to decisively prosecute those found to have breached the law.
Besides discouraging trouble makers in Nigeria, it would stop our citizens from trespassing on private and business spaces abroad.