In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 01st, October, 2020

#RevolutionNow Protesters Storm US Embassy, Demand Buhari’s Resignation

#RevolutionNow Protesters Storm US Embassy, Demand Buhari's Resignation

Revolution Now

Scene of the protest

The PUNCH experiences that many members of the #RevolutionNow Group on Thursday protested at the US Embassy in Abuja over the safety and socio-economic state of affairs within the nation.

They demanded the resignation of the President, Main Basic Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), over insecurity, starvation, and corruption within the nation.

The campaigners led by the convener of the motion, Omoyele Sowore, wielded a giant banner with the inscription, ‘Buhari has failed,’ and different placards which learn, ‘Failed management has made Nigeria the capital of the world,’ and ‘#RevolutionNow’.

The protesters, who additionally included #BringBackOurGirls activist, Aisha Yesufu, Ariyo Dare-Atoye, Henry Protect, Adebayo Raphael, Deji Adeyanju of Involved Nigerians, amongst others, criticised what they described as oppression within the nation.

Yesufu in her remarks mentioned Nigerians should make the nation work, stating that issues have been turning into insufferable.

Raphael mentioned Nigerians have handed a vote of no confidence within the nation’s political management, including that “beneath Buhari, our financial system is in shambles; beneath him, hardship has been redefined.”

Adeyanju mentioned Nigerians have been dissatisfied with the safety and financial circumstances within the nation, stressing that “Nigeria shouldn’t be working.”

He noticed that troopers, policemen, and different safety brokers have taken over the Unity Fountain, Maitama, the place a rally was supposed to carry.

The activist appealed to the US to put a visa ban on the Director-Basic of the Division of State Providers for clamping down on protesters in Osogbo.

The campaigners additionally sang solidarity songs and berated the federal government for failing to handle the insecurity within the nation.

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The PUNCH gathered that the protest additionally held at Space one, Life Camp, Jabi, Kuje, Kwali, Kubwa and Lugbe.

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