It was reported that president Muhammadu Buhari left Nigeria some few weeks ago to get a medical attention in London, and it was also reported that the Nigerian residents doctors went on a strike, immediately after his departure to London. Out of anger and frustration on the part of some Nigerians on how the president of the country would leave the country to get medical attention else where, while their medical doctors are on strike thereby leaving them with no doctors, some Nigerians arranged for a protest to be held in Abuja House on London to chase Buhari out of London. As the anti Buhari protesters began their protest, some groups also launched their own protest, the pro Buhari supporters protesters, who came to counter the protest of the #harrassBuharioutof London protesters.
But today the protest took another dimension, as the pro Buhari supporters began their protest, the anti Buhari protesters began agitating for them to leave. Below are some pictures of the incident and how the pro Buhari protesters began leaving;
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