The Pro-Buhari protesters who are hailing the president for his good governance and the Anti-Buhari protesters who are not in support of President Buhari’s administration, has been moving at intervals at the premises of the government house in London.
Recall that the Anti-Buhari protesters led by Reno Omokri, were the first to start the protest against President Buhari, then later a group of people surfaced in the support of President Buhari.
Recently, a video seen online show a scenario where the groups clashed at the frontage of the Abuja house in London. The Anti-Buhari protesters were wooing the Pro-Buhari protesters, asking if they are not ashamed of themselves and their families.
The Anti-Buhari protesters were shouting shame against the Pro-Buhari protesters for supporting a president who travels to another country for medical check up.
In a short while, the Buhari supporters were seeing leaving the premises in shame.
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