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The pressure group, Concerned Nigerians have said it is in the process of mobilising Nigerians at home and abroad to ensure the realisation of its demand for information on the health status of President Muhammadu Buhari.

They have threatened to embark on a nationwide protest and occupy the National Assembly as from August 7, if he fails to resume work.

President Buhari left the country since May 7 and has remained in London, United Kingdom, attending to an undisclosed ailment.

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