Following the catastrophic performances of dictator Buhari since he assumed office in 2015 as Nigeria’s president, which includes aiding jihadist terrorists and his refusal to revamp the country’s infrastructures, Nigerians living outside their country have since made it a duty to protest against him any time he leaves Nigeria.
Earlier in April when the dictator left Nigeria for a medical check-up in London, Nigerians living in England occupied Wellington Hospital where he was scheduled to carry out the check-up and also occupied Abuja House, Nigeria’s official residence in London where dictator Buhari stayed whilst in the British capital.
Protests were held daily in front of Abuja House, with protesters pasting Buhari-must-go posters on his gate. Embarrassed, dictator Buhari’s delegation in London mobilised poor Africans in London and passed them off as Nigerians, with each paid £75 to stage pro-Buhari protest to create the false impression that the tyrant was loved by his Nigerian citizens. But that scheme failed to fly, falling into tiny shreds.
Nigerians in England were of the view that dictator Buhari had no moral ground to visit London over a mere medical check-up after refusing to revamped Nigeria’s deplorable healthcare system, with dilapidated hospitals replete in every Nigerian state. In fact, what intensified the protest the most was the fact that dictator Buhari had left Nigeria at a time when the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) were embarking on an indefinite strike action after the Buhari regime refused to pay their salaries since 2020, including several benefits.
Recall CitizensAlert reported on Saturday, May 15, 2021 that dictator Buhari was travelling to France for an event his spokesman referred to as “African Finance Summit,” without making any reference to the fact that the tyrant had made arrangements for his London doctors to meet up with him in Paris, as he avoids London owing to the embarrassment suffered there in April.
Yesterday, May 18, Nigerians in Paris also carried placards against dictator Buhari, demanding that he leaves France. The protest has been tagged: #HarassBuhariOutOfParis.
In Paris, Nigerians there are demanding that dictator Buhari puts an end to the endless killings in Nigeria, where respect for human lives and the dignity of the human person are now non-existent as people are killed, maimed or abducted on an hourly basis with the power-drunk tyrant showing absolutely no willingness to confront the terrorists who are responsible for these heinous crimes.
Dictator Buhari, the worst president on earth, will also go down in history as the most loathed president that ever lived – deservedly.