Updated: March 3, 2021
As Hausa and Igbo, two ethnic groups in northern and southeastern Nigeria go head to head at the White House here in Washington DC on Monday April 30, 2018, in protest and counter protest for and against President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria during a meeting with President Donald Trump, my colleague and I from https://www.https://www.todaynewsafrica.com are monitoring both camps.
With our body cameras, we will try to bring you the best we can. Yesterday, we walked around the White House to see how to better capture a clash by Nigerians against Nigerians more than 7000 miles from their country.
President Buhari is from northern Nigeria, but Igbo in the South say they are fed up with a broken system that punishes them for being exceptionally brilliant.
Hausa say Igbo are a bunch of criminally minded beings who are too noisy, cannot organize politically and can sell even their sisters for money.
Todaynewsafrica.com will bring you every detail of this Nigerian clash in Washington DC.
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