PHOTOS: Police stops sponsored protest against Buhari at Abuja House in London
Police in London on Monday stopped a protest by a coalition of Concerned Nigerians demanding President Buhari's return or resignation.
The sit-out protests were supposed to be held simultaneously in Nigeria and London on August 7.
While the one in Nigeria took place, police reportedly dispersed the one at Abuja House in London, where President Muhammadu Buhari has been since May 7.
The group are demanding that Buhari either returns to Nigeria or resign because of his ill health.
Presidential aide Lauretta Onochie who shared pictures from the protest said neighbours called the police as the protester had no Police Permit to hold a rally.
Below is her full post:
NIGERIANS IN LONDON SHUN PDP'S SHENANIGAN.
This is Today's Deji Adeyanju-led PDP-sponsored protest at Abuja House London.
Four people turned up.
Neighbours called the Police. As they had no Police Permit to hold a rally. They took to their heels.
One of them said he had no money to pay his way back home. Our man who was on hand to monitor the situation, gave him £5. He was happy and went home.
Shame on insensitive PDP. Shame on them.
Thank you Nigerians for your love and prayers for our President, Muhammadu Buhari, the nightmare of corrupt people.
God bless Nigeria.