“Masses are not tools to be turned off and on” | Kayode Ogundamisi faults Nigerian activists

It’s 101 days since President Buhari stepped foot on our shores. His MIA status has been a sore point for many NIgerian, sparking “anti-Buhari” protests and counter protests by the Pro-Buhari group. However, after 10 days, the #ResumeorResign protesters have had to suspend their daily sit-outs at the Unity Fountain, after becoming targets of police wrath. Their last ditch effort at Wuse Market almost saw Charly Boy, co-convener of #ResumeorResign, lynched.

Political commentator and Host of Politricks with KO has a few observations for the #ResumeorResign conveners, Twitter/Social media overlords and Nigerian activists in general. He’d like for them to be cautious and strategic with their action plans.

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