It's no longer news that the president of our country Nigeria, President Mohammadu Buhari has been battling with some health challenges for long and always prefers foreign medication to the local one. Since his inception as the president, he has underwent series of medications abroad mostly United Kingdom.
Recently, news broke out that he has gone for a medical trip again in UK, precisely Abuja house, London. Since the news was aired, Nigerians living here and other countries reacted in different manners.
Nigerians in diaspora have also urged those living in London to stage a protest and occupy the hospital, until he is withdrawn back to our country. Our vibrant activist named Reno Omokri had surfaced on the hospital area with crowds as they protest (#Buharimustgo) against the president's stay in London.
According to reports from various media, their main aim of staging the protest is to force Buhari back to Nigeria, so that he should experience the poor level of medication as the masses and as well work on improving it to the standard level of other countries hospital and facilities he always ran to.
So, my own Opinion as a patriotic citizen of Nigeria is that Nigerians in UK should disembark from the ongoing protest and do these 2 things instead to achieve their common goal.
1. They should send some notable advocates to visit the hospital and have a man-to-man talk with the president instead of mobilizing the people for protest.
2. They should peacefully ask the president to imitate the high level of London medical facilities and do such in Nigeria.
I believe that if these two steps are followed, then their goals will be easily achieved and Nigerian hospital will rise to be among the best in the world.
How do you see this my opinion, should they continue the protest or not? Say your thought in the comment box and don't forget to like and follow me for more updates.
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