#HarassBuhariOutOfLondon all started when the President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari traveled out of the country to London for medical checkup and according to reports, he is expected to stay there till the second week of April till he gets himself back. Some Nigerians who are outside the country traveled down to the U.K to join forces with Nigerians who are in London as they teamed up to harass Buhari out of London, telling him to go back to Nigeria and receive treatment from Doctors who are already on strike over pay and inadequate facilities, telling the government that all they want is implementation and not memorandum of understanding (MoU).
The protest was spearheaded by the Activist and former aide to Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri who traveled down to London to lead the peaceful protest at Abuja House in the UK as they carried different placards, demanding for the return of Buhari to Nigeria and his resignation also, adding that he has made life unbearable for everybody, including those who are outside Nigeria. The protest entered the second day today as Nigerians living in the U.K came out of the houses as usual to occupy the entrance of Abuja House with different placards all of which spoke bad about Buhari.
A little boy living in the U.K believed to be a Nigerian however caught the attention of most people online as he was seen protesting on front of Abuja House where Buhari is staying in the UK. He heard a placard which contained some heartbreaking contents. He said in the placard that children of his age are dying of hunger and that there is no health care system in Nigeria that can take good care of children. He urged the President who normally visit London for medical check up to feed children of his age and then fly them to London to be treated.
Some Nigerians are not happy with what they made the young boy to do as they described it as child abuse. They blamed the parents of the boy for using him for selfish political wrangling.
Are the parents of this young boy right for allowing him to protest in front of Abuja House in UK?
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