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Petition Calling For President Buhari’s Arrest Hits 100,000 Signatures



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A petition created by a former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, to have the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari arrested for crimes against humanity has been signed by one hundred thousand Nigerians.

Omokri disclosed this on Saturday following the recovery of the platform which was hacked by people the former presidential aide claimed were paid by the Presidency.

The Presidential aide under ex-president Goodluck Jonathan filed the petition on November 17, 2021, and reached 50,000 signatures in under 48 hours.

Recall that the petition was reportedly hacked on November 19, 2021, after it reached 80,000 signatures.

The petition, however, was restored on Friday following the direct consultations between Omokri and those running the platform.

The petition which was restored on November 26, 2021, has hit 100,000 signatures in less than 24 hours.

Omokri directed the petition at the International Criminal Court after the Lagos Judicial Panel of Inquiry on EndSARS indicted the Buhari administration in its report.

The EndSARS protest saw innocent Nigerians killed on October 20, 2020, as young Nigerians march out to protest against police brutality.

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