By Danjuma Aliyu
Angry protesters have staged a protest at the Abuja House in London because of the suffering taking place in Nigeria.
The group of protestors believe President Muhammadu Buhari’s failed policy on security and economy has caused untold hardship on citizens back at home.
With the slogan “they can’t kill us all,” “protect lives not cows,” the protesters barricaded themselves at the London residence of the Nigerian President yesterday.
The furious activists, who made several videos of their rally, say that the President must return back to Daura after his first term.
DENISAURUS News reported this week President Buhari’s plans to stand for re-election in the 2019 elections. Nigeria’s Commander in Chief made the announcement before jetting out to London for a meeting that takes place next week.
The 75-year-old, who became the first to defeat an incumbent President in the history of Nigeria, has lost a lot of goodwill that brought him into power in 2015.
Some blame it on President Buhari’s slow reaction to the killing by herdsmen.
His promise to kill corruption has also stalled because of an anti-graft boss who was indicted by the secret police.
Despite an indicting report of corruption against Ibrahim Mustafa Magu, the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has ensured that President Buhari leaves him in charge of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.