It's longer news that President Buhari has been placed under house arrest in London. Protesters have confined Buhari indoors, thereby stopping him from going out to see his doctors.
However, Anti-Buhari supporters led by Reno Omokri, a former aide of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, have been protesting in front of the house for some days and they have asked the president to return to Nigeria immediately.
The protesters stormed the residence with placards which have inscriptions such as “This Storm Will Surely Pass”, “God Loves Nigeria”, “We Are Stronger Together”, among others.
See Photos of Buhari's supporters in front of Abuja house in London
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