You will recall that ever since it was announced to Nigerians that our president will be traveling to London for medical check-up, there has been lots of reactions on the various social media platforms about it.
Reno who led a protest to the Abuja house in London with the aim of harassing Buhari out of UK to return back to Nigeria for his healthcare has constantly been updating Nigerians on the development via his verified Twitter handle.
Interestingly, some minutes ago he tweeted that they've succeeded in frustrating the president to the extent that he was only left to peep from the window. Check out the tweet below:
"I thank Nigerians for coming out for day 2 of the #HarassBuhariOutofLondon. Somebody suspected to be Muhammadu Buhari was peeping through the window. Their plan to go to the doctor was frustrated. For the second day General Muhammadu Buhari was trapped at Abuja House. What a good day for Nigeria!25Check out some of the reactions that has been screenshot below:
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