Angry youngsters protested in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on Monday against insecurity and poor administration.
They obstructed the road to Shehu Musa Yar’ Adua Airport.
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According to the findings, the demonstrators began their campaign at Dantata Bridge along the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, which serves as a key entrance and departure to the capital city, as early as 5:00 a.m., chanting #BuhariMustGo.
They erected a flaming barrier along the freeway, impeding traffic movement.
A video seen on the social media showed some of the protesters saying they could not even burn a tyre because there was no fuel to do so, which was a veiled reference to how Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also known as petrol had increased under the government of Buhari from N87 to about N160. The protesters were seen chanting: “Se democracy be this, se democracy be this, people dey die like flies, se democracy be this (Is this a democracy? People are dying like flies, is this democracy?
On June 12, demonstrators were forcibly dispersed by a combined armed security forces at Gudu crossroads, with teargas causing chaos.
Among other things, the organization wants an end to insecurity, weak governance, corruption, and impunity, as well as a reversal of Twitter’s suspension.
The #BuhariMustGo campaign, which has garnered support from around the country,
Alongside protests asking for President Muhammadu Buhari’s resignation
Since then, security personnel have cleared the route to allow traffic to pass freely.
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