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Tell your soldiers to stop beating Nigerians, we are watching you – American woman tells Buhari (Video)

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Tell your soldiers to stop beating Nigerians, we are watching you – American woman tells Buhari

An American woman has called out President Muhammadu Buhari for allegedly allowing military men to harass and assault harmless Nigerians in a bid to enforce the 14 days lockdown order to curb the spread of coronavirus.

In the past few days, social media has been filled with videos of different human rights abuses as citizens have been beaten and flogged by soldiers and security officials who were tasked with ensuring people stay at home amid the COVID-19 lockdown.

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The videos have hit the international social media space and a US citizen who is not happy, made a video to call out Buhari.

She asked president Buhari to instruct soldiers who are assaulting citizens to desist as many people are hungry and only looking for a way to feed themselves.

Watch the video below:

#coronavirus: “Buhari Many Nigerians are hungry and do not Have money to buy food, tell your soldiers to stop beating civilians, we are watching you from #America” – Woman Calls out President #Buhari cc @Gidi_Traffic pic.twitter.com/2GSVcS2Gqr

— Gidifeednews (@gidifeedtv) April 2, 2020

 

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