The vandals are seen in a video with the burning bus, which carries the president's image while chanting anti-Jonathan slogans.
A campaign bus carrying the image of President Goodluck Jonathan has been burnt by youths in Jos, Plateau State.
The vandals are seen in a video with the burning bus while chanting anti-Jonathan slogans.
Some of the youths can be heard saying “Sai Buhari”, which is Hausa for “It has to be Buhari”, in reference to the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Jonathan’s main opponent, Muhammadu Buhari.
Buhari has however condemned the attack via Twitter saying:
”I have received news of violence in Jos today. I condemn this violence in its entirety. I reject any supporter who resorts to violence. Like I said after the attack on our supporters in Rivers this week, elections are not war. Electoral violence is unacceptable.”
“We can and we will bring #Change to Nigeria peacefully. I call on the PDP to join this call for peace. Every Nigerian life is sacred,” he added.