He said by August 6, Buhari would be 90 days abroad and the action contravened section 114 of the Nigeria’s constitution.
According to him, the protest would mount pressure on the Nigerian National Assembly to do the needful by declaring the president unfit.
The organisation said it had started mobilising Nigerians at home and abroad to ensure that the protest was successful.
CN’s protest threat is contained in a statement by its convener, Deji Adeyanju, and Secretary, John Danfulani.
According to him, “The media was agog with the picture of President Muhammadu Buhari with leaders of his political party and some selected state governors.
“You will recall that President Muhammadu Buhari left the country since May 7 and has remained in London, United Kingdom, attending to an undisclosed ailment at the expense of taxpayers’ money.
“It will be 90 days on August 6 since the President left Nigeria. In line with our earlier ultimatum given to the president to return to the country and resume work on or before the 90th day of his departure from the country on medical tourism to the United Kingdom, we have commenced the process of mobilising Nigerians to ensure we demand accountability on the health status of the President and activate Section 144 to declare him incapacitated and declare his seat vacant.” SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇