Photos: Nigeria federal government shares 1000 naira ($2) to rented protesters

Photos: Nigeria federal government shares 1000 naira ($2) to rented protesters

More evidence has surfaced that Nigeria’s Federal Government rented a crowd of people to barricade the premises of Amnesty International, a global human rights group who blew the whistle on the killing of 150 pro-Biafra secessionists by Nigerian Army, Navy, Police and other security forces between 2015 and 2016.

Monday 20th March saw a group of “protesters” rallying in front of the FCT, Abuja Nigerian headquarters of Amnesty International, calling the organization to leave the country for “barking” at security forces like “puppies.”

Well, these photos of organizers sharing 1000 naira (about $2) per person at the end of the protest have sustained earlier claims by international media that the Federal Government was sponsoring the rented crowd.

Photos: Nigeria federal government shares 1000 naira ($2) to rented protesters

Photos: Nigeria federal government shares 1000 naira ($2) to rented protesters

Photos: Nigeria federal government shares 1000 naira ($2) to rented protesters

Photos: Nigeria federal government shares 1000 naira ($2) to rented protesters

Photos: Nigeria federal government shares 1000 naira ($2) to rented protesters