Nigerians Protest Against Buhari Going For Medical Check-up In London While Doctors Are On Strike Over Low Wages | Video

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Reno Omokri and other Nigerians are currently staging a protest outside the Abuja house where President Buhari is lodging in the UK.

An indefinite strike by doctors on Thursday paralyzed medical services at public hospitals in Nigeria, leaving hundreds of patients unattended.

The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), an association of Nigerian resident medics, last week gave the federal government an ultimatum to improve the wages and allowances of doctors to avert the indefinite strike.

Uyilawa Okhuaihesuyi, the head of the association, on Wednesday said the medics would go on strike if their demands are not met.

President Buhari is currently in the UK for a routine medical check-up. He jetted off after Nigerian doctors went on strike over demand for better wages.

Reno in a video released on Thursday, April 1, said he will be flying in to the UK this morning to stage a #HarassBuhariOutofLondon protest. According to him, the President can not travel to the UK for a medical check-up when he is yet to account for the October 20 shooting of EndSARS protesters.

On Friday morning, April 2, Reno arrived in the UK and was joined by some other Nigerians who are currently outside the Abuja house, demanding the President leaves the country and go back to Nigeria.

Watch a video from the protest below