Two Nigerian groups confront each other in New York hours before Buhari’s speech at UN General Assembly


Two Nigerian groups on Monday confronted each other in New York, the United States, over the state of things in the country.

The groups converged on Nigerian House on 42nd Street, 2nd Avenue, airing opposing views about the conditions in Nigeria and its unity.

The protests came as President Muhammadu Buhari began his scheduled activities related to the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), at a venue that is a stone’s throw from the Nigerian Mission.

The first group of Nigerians in Diaspora said they were there to show their support for their fatherland as world leaders assembled for the annual event.

Led by Emmanuel Duara, the group, by the name “One Nigeria…

Source: Nigerian Tribune