Peter Obi: Protest breaks out in Abuja

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Abuja, the nation’s capital, has become the site of demonstrations in response to the recently concluded presidential election in Nigeria.

The Unity Fountain has been taken over by the protesters, the majority of whom are young people, so that they can voice their ire.

Wearing black clothing and holding placards with various inscriptions, such as “We stand for Justice, we fight for a new Nigeria,” “President Buhari keep your promise,” and “Democracy not INECcracy,” the protesters demanded to know who owns Nigeria. The people,'” the demonstrators yelled as they appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to prevent the disintegration of Nigeria.

Moses Ogidi Paul, the convener of the demonstration and a member of Yell-Out Nigeria, delivered a speech at the protest ground in which he condemned the performance of INEC in the recently concluded presidential election.

According to Ogidi, it is still possible for INEC to improve its reputation.

 

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