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People believed to be supporters of President Buhari in the UK have stormed the resting house of the Nigerian President popularly known as Abuja House in solidarity to counter similar protests led by Reno Omokri.
The protesters stormed the residence with placards bearing inscriptions such as ‘This Storm Will Surely Pass’, ‘God Loves Nigeria’, ‘We Are Stronger Together’, among others.
Recall that 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.
They had asked the president, whom they accused of wasting taxpayer’s money, to return to Nigeria immediately.
Buhari is currently on a medical vacation in the UK. He left the country on the eve of a nationwide strike by the National Association of Resident Doctors.
There is no official reaction from the presidency yet with regards to any of the protests presently being witnessed in the UK.
AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK