Some agrieved youths on Monday, June 21, took to the streets of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) protesting against insecurity and bad governance.
They mounted road blocks at the Shehu Musa Yar’ Adua Airport road.
Nigerdeltaconnect gathered that the protesters also took their protest to Dantata Bridge along the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport which is a major entrance and exit point to the capital city, as early as 5:00am while chanting #BuhariMustGo.
They demacated the expressway with bonfire preventing vehicular movement along the road.
A video seen on the social media showed some of the protesters saying they could not even burn tyres because there was no fuel to do so, which was a veiled reference to how the pump price of 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 democracy? People are dying like flies, is this democracy?
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It will be recalled that the protesters were on Saturday, June 12 violently dispersed by a combined team of armed security operatives at Gudu junction with teargas causing confusion in the area.
The group is demanding an end to insecurity, bad governance, corruption, impunity and reversal of the suspension on Twitter, among others.
The #BuhariMustGo campaign has drawn attention from different parts of the country with protests calling for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Security operatives have since cleared the road to allow free flow of traffic on the expressway.