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Videos: Nigerians Paid, Hired By PDP To Protest Against Buhari In London Couldn’t Explain Why

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Videos: Nigerians Paid, Hired By PDP To Protest Against Buhari In London Couldn’t Explain Why

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Feb 26, 2015 – Videos: Nigerians Paid, Hired By PDP To Protest Against Buhari Says They Don’t Know Why They’re Protesting

Below are some highly embarrassing videos of some Nigerians protesting against Buhari today at the Chatham House in London.

A lady interviewed three of them and they told her they’re clueless about the protest.

Watch the videos below

This is very embarrassing.

14 Comments

14 Comments

  1. Bradson

    February 27, 2015 at 12:20 AM

    Show of shame.

  2. OmoKehinde

    February 27, 2015 at 12:49 AM

    This is a shame of a nation, and a great disaster to our young democracy. Paying desperate and stranded Nigerian citizens in a foreign land to perpetuate false propaganda against another candidate for the fear of losing power. I personally want to thank those great Nigerian citizens who worked very hard to expose the criminal behaviors of failed president Badluck Jonathan. They were the real heroes, patriotic and passionate Nigerian people that are determined to expose wickedness and criminal behaviors of this present administration against our young democracy. President Badluck Jonathan cannot not run on his failed records of the past six years, the only weapon left in his campaign arena is to pay criminals for falsehood or negative propaganda against General Buari by bribing desperate Nigerian students in London, bribing criminal kings, paying God’s forsaken pastors billions of naira to divide our beloved nation along religious line for Jonathan’s election strategy, and by massive voter’s intimidation and suppression. This president is the worst mistake in Nigerian political history, and an highly unpatriotic president that will do anything evil to remain in power against the will of Nigerian people. God divine judgement is coming upon evildoers that have imposed great hardship on ordinary Nigerians for the last six years of Jonathan’s failed administration.

  3. TATANFO

    February 27, 2015 at 1:22 AM

    NA WA OOOOO,LOOK AT DIS USELESS ORGANISER AS OLD AS YOU ARE U MUST KNOW THAT WE ARE IN COMPUTER WORLD,NA THE SAME PATTERN WHEY DEM USE FOR YOUR BOTHER FAYOSE AND OMISORE THEN TAKE FINISH YOU,ODE KOJA RARA.
    APC I LIKE YOUR STYLE E OSUN,LESE SUN.—kudos

  4. Conscience 1

    February 27, 2015 at 1:23 AM

    ….Like in the book of Genesis 25:29-34.
    These ones too have sold their birthrights for peanuts!
    I pray to the Lord to save this nation.

  5. Metu Nyetu

    February 27, 2015 at 4:58 AM

    Look@diz ones now! If u beam a camera on their faces & interview dem, u’d shudder 2 hear dem say dat d govt is d prblm of dis coun3. But now they’v taken bribes 2 stage a protest dat they’r @ loss wit its significance. I dare evn say dat som of diz ppl hav badly criticised GEJ’s govt & GEJ as a person. Now, against their conscience, they hav denied their sincere conviction bcs of money. I like d way Conscience1 put it: they’v sold their birthright.

    Dis is wat wil stil hapn com March 28. Many ppl wil vote jst bcs of d money they’v been paid. A week afta d polls, wen they must hav frittered d money away, they start crying dat Nigeria is nt good, d govt has ruined it. They’ll neva consider d part they also playd in dis ruin.

    I will alwz say dis: until we learn 2 vote wit our heads & not wit our stomachs, Nigeria would remain a thing of sorrow & ruth.

  6. best

    February 27, 2015 at 6:59 AM

    Mebomebo people who told all of you that goodluck paid any uk students.do you guys have any prove of that,definitely NO!the students wants a good governance which thats what goodluck will give us.mind you all no man is perfect,lets give goodluck a chance to make nigeria the best country.

  7. Scobo

    February 27, 2015 at 8:21 AM

    I read the comments made by Nigerians glorifying the APC and condemning the protester and I am amazed at the level of gullibility exemplified by Nigeria youths. Any rational person will see that the interview was staged to suit the whims and caprice of of the creme-de-la-creme of the APC.

  8. patbest

    February 27, 2015 at 10:00 AM

    i think say ppl wey dey europe don wise up than those wey dey naija, just dey follow for no good reason, 99% of them no know who be Nigeria president self, maybe the journalist for ask them who be the present vice president of Nigeria, hahaha these ppl don lost, even the useless organiser no know say d guy wey dey ask am questions dey use video camera.

  9. Sanyeri

    February 27, 2015 at 2:07 PM

    Imagine and them go come Naija come dey form say them get money,,shame on them

  10. Nike

    February 27, 2015 at 5:45 PM

    This is really pathetic. I’m actually crying for my beloved country right now at this show of shame. That things can degenerate this far beats my imagination. How far will this ignorant people: Jonah,his madam and cohorts go, displaying such stupidity and schemes? Now what??? The more they scheme, the more they display their ignorance. How did this happen to my beloved country? Somebody please help me

  11. Jilo

    February 28, 2015 at 3:15 AM

    This is the first time in the history of Nigeria that a sitting president will go on foolish spending like this. People are supporting Buhari not because he bribed them but because they stand for what they believe.

  12. kelvin

    February 28, 2015 at 6:35 AM

    You are a big fool,a big Mumu .You said you are a graduate and organizers. you were paid to do something like this you are still accepting interview and also showing your face on a social media… They will soon get you down…Mumu.. PDP why are u working with this dumb.

  13. KEN

    February 28, 2015 at 7:31 AM

    ABI, GEJ, PDP. 3 LETTER WORDS THAT SIGNIFIES DUMBNESS

  14. Pajero231

    March 5, 2015 at 1:51 PM

    Its obvious we can’t get anything better from PDP/GEJ. @best am so sure that you are out of you senses, tell me you didn’t watch the protest and the interviews then I’ll understand but if u do watch, then you don’t want the love of Nigeria. As for me my conscience is expensive and priceless. Gbam

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