President Buhari escapes being lynched at the National Mosque by angry protesters

Yesterday President Muhammadu Buhari escaped being lynched at the National Mosque, Abuja by angry protesters suspected to be members of Islamic Movement of Nigeria.

The president, who came to the Mosque for the second time since his inauguration in 2015 for the wedding of his brother-in-law, Hamza, was attacked by a large group of irate worshipers immediately after the end of the Friday prayers.

Sensing the danger, security forces took over the situation and barricaded the president. The worshipers, shouting ‘you are a murderer, an unjust leader and hypocrite’, were blocked by the security. They continued saying ‘we’re ready to die, you can kill us all’.

It would seem that the irate protesters knew of coming of the President’s coming to the mosque, so they mobilized against him. Julius Berger had earlier in the day erected high barricades around the mosque, which gave out that the president was going to attend Hamza’s wedding.

CLC Dailynews learned that the president, who prayed sitting on a chair, indicating his fragile health status, was saved by the whiskers.

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