In the month of April, Nigerians in London took to Abuja House to stage a protest with the hashtag #HarassBuhariOutOfLondon.President Muhammadu Buhari was in London for a two week medical leave but men like Reno Omokri and Omoleye So wore organized people to protest at Abuja House, demanding the President to go back to his country and be treated there.
#HarassBuhariOutOfLondon protest appears to have come and gone due to the fact that the President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari is back to the country after a 2-week medical leave which saw him jet out of Nigeria to the UK where he reportedly received treatment. Nigerians in the UK made it a 'No Peace' for him as they stormed Abuja House on a daily basis to ask Buhari to return back to Nigeria and also resign from office after they narrated how things have been hard for Nigerians in Nigeria which has
Former Kaduna Senator, Shehu Sani, has shown his support for the president to travel to London for his medical checkups. (Shehu Sani,Credit:Google) Recall that several Nigerians staged a protest during President Muhammadu Buhari's recent medical trip to London. They protested at the Abuja House in London requesting for the president to go back to Nigeria and fix the hospitals.
Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari traveled to London, United Kingdom on Monday, 26th July 2021 for a summit. Photo Source: SaharaReporters After the summit Buhari will be attending to a scheduled medical appointment. (DAILY POST REPORTS) According to reports by SaharaReporters, President Muhammadu Buhari was not sighted in Abuja House where he usually stays any time He visits United Kingdom.
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Since the day President Buhari traveled to London for a medical reason, Nigeria living in the country has been protesting against his stay and calling for him to go back to Nigeria.Series of drama had unfolded at the Abuja House hospital where he is staying, almost every day scores of people always occupy the environment with placards, chanting Buhari should leave the country and develop Nigerians hospitals to the standard of other hospitals in foreign countries.
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Buhari Shuns Abuja House In UK To Avoid Nigerian Protesters Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters President Muhammadu Buhari, who is currently in the United Kingdom, has shunned the Abuja House where he usually stays in order to avoid the crowd of Nigerian Protesters who have mobilised to the venue.
There was an outcry on social media when President Muhammadu Buhari announced on the 30th of March that he will travel to London for medical check-up and relaxation.Some Nigerians were against it because they believe the timing is wrong.Pictures of Protesters at the Abuja House; After Buhari used some days in London, Reno Omokri started a protest at the Abuja House and tagged it #HarassBuhariOutOfLondon.
Nigeria's Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has stated that Nigerians need a credible leader like President Muhammadu Buhari who can inspire national unity. Professor Osinbajo made this claim on Monday, October 11, during an interactive session at the Abuja House residence of the High Commissioner in London when he spoke on the country's bright future, ThisDay reports.
Sometimes it takes a great deal of intimacy before one can understand the real character of another. Mr Buhari has long been touted as an incorruptible leader who has zero tolerance for corruption. However, a closer study of Prof Yemi Osinbajo on the true character of the Nigerian president will give us a more clearer view of what is actually the true nature of President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to Omoyele Sowore, Nigerians in London are still protesting regarding President Muhammadu Buhari, few days after the president arrived in Nigeria from the United Kingdom (UK). Sowore made the claim on Sunday while sharing a video of a protester holding a poster in London.You may recall that President Muhammadu Buhari recently arrived in Nigeria after his medical trip to UK which lasted for two weeks. You may also recall that series of protests by Nigerians ensued in London during the President's recent
On Thursday, February 9, 2017, President Buhari was on a 10-day vacation in London after he had written to the senate to extend his stay due to health challenges. In one of those moments, prominent Nigerian personalities such as politicians, clerics, traditional rulers had paid him a goodwill visit.
The Governor of Katsina State Revealed to the public his best view of the government of President Mohammadu Buhari, when he was speaking with Continental Television Interview on Sunday.After President Buhari have come back from london to Nigeria, both Nigerians in abroad and in the country didnt not stop there protest as they continue to speak out for the resignation of the President through Social Media base.
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Photos Credit: Google Obasanjo, Osinbajo to attend Abuja House Fair Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and the Vice-President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, will in October join other dignitaries to attend the Bstan Homes National House Fair, the organisers of the event have said. Photos Credit: Punch Newspaper
Dear sir, I write this letter to express my thoughts to you on the recent protests you organized against President Buhari's visit to London, for medical check-up.First and foremost, you are a highly respected Nigerian, with a lot of followers on social media, hence, I find it very disturbing that you would organize protests in London against the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, asking him to return to Nigeria.
The #Buharimustgo campaigners have refused to back down on their struggle to ensure president Muhammadu Buhari returns to fix Nigeria.The protest organised by Omoyele Sowore and his #Revolutionnow team stormed the Abuja House for over a week now to protest against the medical visit of the president to the United Kingdom.
President Muhammadu Buhari has finally returned back to Nigeria after spending up to two weeks in London receiving medical care.It is a thing of joy to see that Buhari returned back to the country looking very healthy than ever before.According to reports, president Muhammadu Buhari arrived Nnamdi Azikiwe International airport this evening and was well received by members of his cabinet as well as some important Personalities that have affiliations with him.
Very recently, former Presidential aide, Reno Omokri spearheaded protest at the Abuja House in London, against President Buhari, who was in the UK for medical check-up.In my opinion, Reno Omokri needs to tender an apology to President Buhari, over the harrassment he received in London, as several Nigerians thronged the Abuja House, asking him to return to Nigeria.
Stay in Nigeria, build hospitals - Reno Omokri vows to torment Buhari if he returns to London for medical checkup
Two weeks ago when President Muhammadu Buhari travelled to London in the United Kingdom for medical check-up and also to relax, Reno Omokri the media aide to former president Goodluck Jonathan organised a protest to harass him at the Abuja House in London.The demonstrations was jeered by Nigerians in diaspora who are demanding that the president should return back to Nigeria because of the current state of the country.
President Muhammadu Buhari had left the country for about two weeks for a brief medication and check-up, Nigerians weren't happy for leaving the country with over 200 million people.They considered this move by the President unwise because he should have built several hospitals for people and himself.
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The #HarassBuhariOutOfLondon protest seems to have followed one another when the President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari, returned to the country where he was reportedly treated after a two-week medical vacation during which he flew from Nigeria to the UK. United. Nigerians in the UK made it a "No Peace" for him when they stormed Abuja House daily to ask Buhari to return to Nigeria and also to resign after sharing how difficult it was for them. Nigerians to live in Nigeria, which was difficult for some.