Once again, the Nigerians occupy a house in Abuja in London, they want Bukhari to be sent home.
Nigerians, led by activist and former presidential aide Rino Omokri, stormed a house in Abuja, London, asking President Muhammad Bukhari to return home.
The protest action took place on Thursday. We recall that some Nigerians in the United Kingdom stormed the house of Abuja, 2 Campden Hill, Kensington, London, asking for the repatriation of President Muhammad Bukhari.
Rino Omokri, a former aide to the president, said they were there to drive the president home during a protest called “#HarrassBuharioutofLondon”. Following Monday’s protests, Bukhari supporters also stormed the Abuja home in London, where the Nigerian leader is reportedly conducting routine medical examinations with posters praying for the president.
It was a counter-demonstration after the protest of the anti-Bukhara group led by Rino Omokri.
And on Thursday morning, Omokri shared another video with protesters gathered in the same location, promising to persecute Nigeria’s leader in his country.
The current administration has faced numerous corruption charges.