Nigerians living in New York, US, staged a solidarity march for the Muhammadu Buhari administration on Monday.
The protesters converged near the United Nations Secretariat ahead of the UN general assembly (UNGA) which is expected to commence on Tuesday.
President Buhari is in New York for the UNGA and will address the assembly on Friday, September 24.
Some of the protesters held placards with inscriptions such as ‘Nigerians want national unity, not secession’, ‘Genocide in eastern Nigeria plain propaganda’, among others.
The solidarity march is coming almost one week after agitators for the actualisation of ‘Yoruba nation’ protested at the UN headquarters.
Below are pictures of the pro-government march.