Red Alert in Nigeria’s Presidential Guards Brigade Amidst Coup Suspicions, See Details

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Presidential Guards Brigade Placed On High Alert Over Suspicions Of Coup Plot In Nigeria; Key Brigades Under Watch As Commander Holds Emergency Meetings With Tinubu, Gbajabiamila. 

 

In an exclusive revelation, SaharaReporters discloses that the Presidential Guards Brigade has been placed on high alert due to suspicious activities hinting at a possible coup plot in Nigeria.

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Unusual movements have triggered concerns, leading to emergency meetings involving key figures like Col. Adebisi Onasanya, the Commander of the Presidential Guards Brigade, President Bola Tinubu, and Chief of Staff Femi Gbajabiamila.

The heightened alert comes amidst rising tension in the country, marked by economic challenges, soaring inflation, and increased living costs.

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These issues follow the removal of fuel subsidy and the floatation of the naira under President Tinubu’s administration. The economic policies have led to a surge in prices, contributing to public discontent.

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Last week, General Christopher Musa, the Chief of Defence Staff, warned against advocating for a coup due to economic hardships. He emphasized the military’s commitment to protecting democracy, cautioning that those promoting a coup would face legal consequences.

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The suspicions prompting the alert involve unusual movements of the armoured corps, leading to fears of a potential coup. Col. Onasanya’s emergency meetings with President Tinubu and Chief of Staff Gbajabiamila within a short span have fueled speculations.

In response to the economic challenges, protests have erupted in various states, including Kano, Ogun, Niger, Sokoto, Oyo, and Osun. The Nigeria Labour Congress has announced a nationwide protest scheduled for February 27 and 28, addressing the economic hardships. The government, however, has warned against the protests, citing contempt of court, while the Trade Union Congress expressed concerns about potential anarchy.

Amidst these developments, Nigeria’s Presidential Guards Brigade remains on high alert, monitoring key brigades and assessing the evolving situation.

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As grapples with economic uncertainties, the security apparatus is actively engaged in safeguarding the democratic order.

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