Popular cartoonist, Mustapha Bulama, has made another cartoon about the current happenings in the country. Today's edition is about President Muhammad Buhari's attitude to London protesters. The cartoon shows that Mr. President is indifferent about the protest going on against him in the United Kingdom.
After President Muhammad Buhari traveled to the United Kingdom for a medical checkup, some Nigerians living in the country stormed his residence, demanding that the president should return to Nigeria as soon as possible.
The protesters condemned the president for traveling for medical checkups while Nigerian doctors are on strike. One of the vocal voices in the Protest is Reno Omokri, a Media Aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan.
In reaction to the Anti-Buhari's protest, another set of Nigerians in London also rallied at the Abuja House in support of Mr. President, they argued that there is nothing wrong with the president seeking medical checkups overseas.
Despite all these controversies, President Muhammad Buhari has refused to return to Nigeria. A few days ago, the President said he is resting in London and he will return to Nigeria soon.
The cartoon designed by Mustapha Bulama has elicited different reactions on social media. See some responses below. What's your opinion on this? Is it right for the president to seek a medical checkup overseas? Drop your comments below. Like and share.
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