You are Ebola – Nigeriens Protest President Tinubu over alleged plans to attack country [video]

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A sub section of citizens of Niger Republic have taken to the streets to protest against Nigerian President, Bola Tinubu over alleged plans to use military force against the country.

Following the coup d’etat which overthrew the civilian President, Mohamed Bazoum, some weeks, the military took over the country which borders Nigeria.

Other west African countries and ECOWAS have been mulling various means to return power to the constitutional government with military force still on the table.

Some Nigeriens however are happy with the status quo and have taken to protesting President Tinubu, tagging him “Ebola” and an illegitimate president.


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