As President Muhammadu Buhari arrived in New York for the meeting of the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, two groups of protesters clash at the Nigerian house in New York.
The first group, which was led by Emmanuel Duara, expressed their support for President Buhari and the concept of unity in diversity. “We are the biggest country in Africa and the biggest black country in the world. Whatever is going on among tribes in Nigeria, let us sit down and settle it.” said Duara.
They were, opposed by some anti-Buhari protesters who had been organising protests for days. One of the leaders of the counter group, Foluso Aruleba, talked about the various problems facing Nigeria as a nation. She regretted that the Buhari administration had continued to borrow money among the decline in the value of naira.