The ongoing media noise by Reno Omokri and his comrades as they stage a vexation show on President Buhari at the Abuja house in London labelled #harassbuharioutoflondon is nothing short of the irritant of a fart. This cacophony of opprobrium gives a sense of deja vu which is not only wrongly timed but also laced with an overdose of pettiness. His rhetorical grandstanding this time around doesn't seem to sit well with reason. Is Buhari the only President in the world over with failed promises? How many presidents gets this kind of embarrassment from their citizens when in the diaspora? An Octogenarian on a medical trip doesn't deserve this noise and distraction not to mention the nuisance Remo Omokri has constituted himself into. President Buhari is still our Commander in chief and he deserves to be respected. His style of governance may not be the best, but please respect the person of the President. Must we politicise everything? In less than 2 years from now, a new President- elect will be waiting to be sworn in . Why not channel your energy towards getting a better replacement for the President. Demonstrations certainly doesn't seem like the panacea at this moment. What we need is a revived political consciousness and a well mobilized army of voters ready to cast their votes come 2023. Southerners are passionate about demonstrations but too lazy to queue on election day. While the North lines up both qualified and underage voters at the polling booths, the sophisticated and educated South would flood the streets with their boots and jerseys playing soccer. Reno Omokri should rather channel his energy towards 2023 general elections and stop this fruitless embarrassment of our President. The beauty of democracy is the time limit on each occupant of Aso Villa. This isn't about holding brief for the President but simple logic.