Reno Omokri speaks after questioning by police for leading anti-Buhari protest in London
Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri said he was questioned by police in London, United Kingdom, where he led a protest attempting to compel President Muhammadu Buhari to cut short his medical trip to the country.
He disclosed this in a Facebook post and shared a photo of a Metropolitan Police officer standing beside him.
Omokri, who was Special Assistant to President Jonathan on New Media, is based in the United States.
The former presidential aide led a group of protesters that stormed Abuja House, Campden Hill, Kensington, London to express their displeasure at President Buhari’s foreign medical trip.
They accused the president of having not built a single hospital in Nigeria but was quick to rush to London for treatment.
He alleged that he was questioned by London police after the president’s aides reported.
He wrote, “General Muhammadu Buhari’s people called the police on me.
“I was questioned and let go, the #HarassBuhariOutOfLondon.
“The police established that we had broken no laws and we were observing proper #COVID19 protocols.
“This government’s attempt to stop failed big time! ”