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Buhari trapped in London hospital as angry protesters lay siege (watch)
Tension rises at Nigeria embassy in London, the United Kingdom following the arrival of President Mohammadu Buhari.
Hundreds of Angry protesters believed to be Nigerians in retrieved footage protesting against Buhari’s medical trip to the country were heard chanting repeatedly’Buhari is dead break Nigeria now’
Buhari had yesterday embarked on two weeks medical trip to UK for a medical check up which has sparked controversy amongst Nigerians.
Since then, Facebook and Twitter resurface trends with the hashtag #BuhariMustGo.
The majority of Nigerians in the diaspora assembled waiting for the arrival of the president in view to address them.
Nigeria is known for huge budget for the Health sector mainly the presidential Villa yet the number one citizen flies offshore of the continent for health checks.
However, in a separate development, President Buhari failed to transfer power to his vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo despite a number of days involved.
The President’s aide, Garba Shehu said ‘it does not matter’ to transmit power to Vice as constitutionally required, adding that his boss will govern from London.