Recall that some Nigerians organised a protest at the Abuja house in London asking president Mohammadu Buhari to return home amidst medical vacation. The protest lasted for about two days and nothing was fruitful about it for those days. However, it generated so much reaction from Nigerians within and outside the country.
Fortunately, Mr president seem to have more supporters in London than the protesters as another group of people went straight to the Abuja house to stage another session praying for the recovery of the president.
From the placards that they were seen with it is evident that they were there to pray for the health of the president and some if the placards also read that Nigeria will be better if united.
Meanwhile, a civil right activist Mrs Aisha Yesufu has furiously reached to the incident stating that the hospitals that people are enjoying in London was not built by prayers but by a careful and judicious use of God's best gift to man,which is the brain.
In her words, she wrote, "Buhari did not go to UK for prayers. He went for medical treatment & he is getting it from the healthcare system built by people like him in their country. The healthcare system wasn't built by prayers but by using the greatest miracle God gave humans: BRAINS plus dose of empathy".
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