THE WEEK IN PICTURES: From London Protests To Aso Rock Book Launch | Dailytrust

THE WEEK IN PICTURES: From London Protests To Aso Rock Book Launch

Another week is coming to an end, and do I have tales to tell you about the outgoing week? Sure I do.

First, Happy Easter (in arears), here is wishing us many more Easter to come.

Random Street photo of people on Easter day

Some people spent Easter at the gates of the Abuja House in London, calling for Buhari’s return to Nigeria.

Reno Omokri leading the #HarassBuhariOutOfLondon protest

But supporters of the president also staged a counter protest at Abuja House, where they advocated the President’s right to be treated wherever he wants.

Buhari’s Supporters countering Reno and co

But while all these were going on, Imo was literally on fire. We woke up on Monday to a fresh news of arson.

Headquarters of the Police and Prison in the state were attacked.

While ex-IGP Mohammed Adamu visited Imo to assess the extent of damage done, the President appointed a new Inspector General of Police.

Wahala did not even end there; when the military announced that they had rescued five of the abducted Kaduna students, many showered encomiums on them until the students revealed that they were released by the bandits, not rescued.

The five (out of 39) released students in Kaduna

Thursday was not a regular day at Aso Rock as the high and mighty stormed the Presidential Villa for Aisha Buhari’s book launch.

Even though Bubu wasn’t there, Vice President Osibanjo was there with his black face mask.

Gov. Yahaya Bello, without his face mask again because “there is no corona in Kogi State”In fact, The White Lion came with his beautiful wife, Mrs. Rasheeda Bello. Shame to those saying there’s divorce in the pipeline. Shame!

From Aisha’s book launch, things took a backward turn as soldiers stormed Benue to avenge the deaths of their colleagues. Many houses were set on fire during the vengeance mission.

On the global stage, Prince Philip, husband of Britain’s longest serving monarch, crossed to the great beyond on Friday.

Not done mourning Philip, news of the death of DMX, iconic American rapper, broke

We leave this week in peace and in continuous strike from NARD, ASUP, JUSUN. Don’t worry, all is well and our President will return after the burial of the Queen’s husband. What an amazing week!

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