Some Nigerians were spotted in the United Kingdom protesting in solidarity for the president of the federal republic of Nigeria. The solidarity protest took place in the United Kingdom at the front of Abuja house.
This protest was reportedly staged to counter the Harass Buhari out of London protest which started last week, this however garnered mixed reactions from Nigerians as they all shared their opinion on the pro Buhari groups campaign.
Despite the fact that the Harass Buhari out of London protest has lasted for over 5 days and remain peaceful, some people and members of the All progressive Congress were allegedly spotted at the front of Abuja house in London protesting in solidarity for the president.
The president of Nigeria who is in the United Kingdom on a 4 weeks medical check up has been allagedly unable to see his doctors as the anti Buhari protesters failed to leave the gate of Abuja house, London in United Kingdom.
However, things might take a new turn as their is now a counter protest against the anti Buhari protesters (Harass Buhari out of London) who started theirs last week.
Check out some pictures from the protest staged in solidarity for the president at the gate of Abuja house, London in the United Kingdom.
As spotted in the photos you will see them holding different placrds and banners with different sign post, the inscription on the placards believe in one Nigeria and they believe the nation will be great again.
This counter protest has sparked mixed reactions from Nigerians who are sharing their opinions about the pro Buhari's protest, check out some screenshots about the protest below and what aide to the president said that sparked reactions online.
You can also share your opinion with us on what you think about these protesters, if you were able to hold a placard or protest in the United Kingdom, which group will you support. Let us know your opinion in the comment section below and don't forget to like and follow Savvykhid001 for more updates.
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