While Nigerians Were Protesting At Buhari's Resident In UK, Look At What Was Spotted At The Entrance
By Duninfohub | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 101662 views
Recall that the President of Nigeria, Buhari went to the UK a few days ago for a medical checkup. While Buhari is in the UK for a medical checkup, Nigerians in the UK decided to storm his resident. However, it was said that Reno Omokri was the one leading the protest. The moment Nigerian storm Buhari's resident, they demand that he should go back to his country. Although, there was no response from Buhari during the protest.
While Nigerians were protesting at Buhari's resident in the UK, there was a strange thing spotted at the entrance, which got people talking. Meanwhile, the video of the strange thing spotted at Buhari's resident was shared on Instagram. The post was captioned saying, "sacrifice spotted at the entrance of the Abuja house in London".
After the post was shared on Instagram, people wondered a sacrifice would be spotted at Buhari's resident in the UK. See how Nigerians are reacting below.
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