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Some Nigerians residing on the United Kingdom have stormed the Abuja House where President Muhammadu Buhari residence in the UK to show solidarity with him.
This comes days after protesters, led by Reno Omokri a former spokesperson for ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on Friday, led a protest against the president at the Nigerian presidential residence, Abuja House, 2 Campden Hill, Kensington, London W8 7AD in London.
The Omokri-led protesters staged the #HarassBuhariOutofLondon protest to chastise Mr Buhari for seeking medical services in the UK while striking resident doctors in Nigeria are owed salaries.
They demanded that the President leave London and return to fix Nigerian healthcare.
Staging a countermarch in the same venue on Monday, some set of Nigerians who armed with All Progressives Congress banners and placards showed support for the Buhari-led administration.
Garba Shehu, the spokesperson to the presidency in a statement described them as ‘patriotic Nigerians’ who have converged at the Nigerian House to show solidarity and support for the Muhammadu Buhari led administration..
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