Fani-Kayode Pays Thugs To Protest Outside Buhari Chatham House Speech In UK

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It has now become obvious the reason why PDP hooligans, the likes of Femi Fani-Kayode and Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state have been preoccupied stalking opposition candidate, Geenral Muhammadu Buhari on his visit to the United Kingdom. It was not because they are concerned about his health or even when he dies as all human beings shall at some time; but rather it is because they want to have his itinerary so they can sponsor thugs to disturb his programs.

We have received information that Femi Fani Kayode has paid some boys to mobilize Nigerians in the UK to protest against Gen. Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday (26/02/2015) at Chatham House. This is to create a wrong signal that Nigerians are happy with President Good luck Jonathan and probably embarrass Gen. Buhari before the international community. The bad light synergy was revealed by one is his agent, and we craving to ask why?

Gen. Buhari is to present a lecture on the same day at Chatham House, London titled: “Prospects for Democratic Consolidation in Africa: Nigeria’s Transition”.

We here by urge Nigerians home and abroad to be red alerted of every antics of PDP and its nefarious agents and to peacefully submerge and obstruct them from carrying out paid acts of evil.

Femi Fani Kayode attitude is known to all. We cannot afford to keep quiet and let him play by his evil antics.

Update from PremiumTimes: $20,000 set aside to cause chaos

President Goodluck Jonathan’s campaign has earmarked $20,000 to hire protesters in London Thursday as the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Muhammadu Buhari, speaks at Chatham House.

According to an internal memo seen by PREMIUM TIMES, the money would be spent on mobilising the crowd, refreshing them and defraying other logistics.

The memo, which originated from the campaign’s Assistant Director, Civil Society and Support Groups (Diaspora), Peter Mozie, explained why the anti-Buhari protest is necessary, and requested the campaign’s Director in charge of Civil Society and Support Groups, Nick Eze, to immediately release the funds.

Insiders in the campaign said the funds had since been released and sent to London while extensive mobilisation of protesters is now apace.

Mr. Mozie’s memo, entitled: “The Chatham House Rally: March Against Dictator” reads, “Nigerians in the Diaspora will converge at Chatham House, United Kingdom on Thursday, 26th of February, 2015 to show solidarity and support for President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and his transformation agenda in Nigeria as a surprise to the august visitor, the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress.

“The solidarity rally will among other things address major progresses of President Goodluck Jonathan and many sins of General Muhammadu Buhari while he was military dictator.” PT