Today is Saturday being the 3rd of April 2021 and a popularly known news Instagram page, Instablog9ja has taken to social media as it discloses a sacrifice that was spotted at Abuja House during the protest against Buhari's medical check-up in London.
“Buhari's Medical Check-up: Sacrifice spotted at the entrance of the Abuja House in London” — Instablog9ja Reported.
Here Is The Screenshot Of Post Made By Instablog9ja:
The report was also followed with a video which displays the moment a protester was interviewed in regard to what was discovered at the entrance of the Abuja House in London.
According to the man, he doesn't know what it is. He disclosed that during their protest someone came, dropped it at the entrance of the gate and left. The protest was organized by a popularly known Nigerian politician, Reno Omokri who earlier announced through his official Twitter page before the protest was implemented.
At the time of writing the report, Reno has not spoken about the recent observation at the gate entrance. More details will be brought to the public once it is made known.
You Can Watch The Video On Instagram:
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