Buhari's supporters take to the streets

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"Since the "Our-Mumu-Don-Do" protesters did not conduct themselves in such a manner as to disturb public peace, it is not right for the police to brutalize the people as they reportedly did".

He said, "The decisions we take today will affect this country".

Meanwhile, the Senate and the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) have condemned the brutal use of force by the Nigeria Police last Tuesday, to disperse protesters who were demanding the resumption or resignation of President Buhari, following his prolonged medical vacation in London.

President Muhammadu Buhari has been away for more than 90 days on a medical trip to London for an undisclosed illness.

Furthermore, Comrade Ogenyi noted that there was no vacuum in the Presidency as being speculated, he said that the Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo exercises the full Presidential powers which allowed him of recent to make some appointments and signed the National Budget and other bills.

A report also has it that the musician collapsed after inhalling the tear gas shot at him and other protesters.

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Despite their manhandling by the police, the "resume or resign" protesters, for the third day wednesday hit the streets of Abuja, accused President Muhammadu Buhari of holding the nation to ransom by his absence.

President Buhari on May 7 traveled back to London for a follow-up treatment and has remained there for 94 days now with no news of a possible date for his return.

"The police should review their rules of engagement and ensure that they are in line with that of modern democratic societies".

The Senate has said that the president will not resign as his absence is still within constitutional rights.

Keyamo, who described the protest as unpopular among Nigerians said protesters should have campaigned for the return and prosecution of looters and not an ill-President.