I Am Still Working, No Amount Of Pressure From Suffering Nigerians Can Make Me Resign – Buhari Explodes From UK




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President Muhammadu Buhari, has said that he will never resign as the President of Nigeria, despite the mounting pressure from some Nigerians.
The President spoke on Monday, against the backdrop of a protest in Abuja, over his continued stay in London.
The protesters marched from the Unity Fountain to the Presidential Villa, where they demanded that Buhari should either return to the country and resume duties, or resign immediately.
Recall, that the President has been out of the country since May 7, when he traveled to London, United Kingdom, UK, for follow-up medical checks.
The President, who spoke through his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said he has not breached any law of the country.
His words: “The demonstration is in the exercise of their freedom under the Constitution, which guarantees their right to embark on peaceful protests.


“So long as they remain peaceful, we have no problem with them.
“What is democracy if citizens can’t peacefully demonstrate? “On the second issue, demanding the President’s return, or resignation or certain explanations, I would say that they have over-stepped their bounds.
“Anyone conversant with the Constitution of this country, will have noticed or seen that Mr. President has complied 100 percent with the requirements of the Constitution of this country.

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