Scene of a June 12 protest in Ibadan (Photo: The Cable)
Demonstrating Nigerian youths on Saturday protested in Ibadan, Oyo State over the growing insecurity and poverty in Nigeria.
The protesters, who gathered at the popular Mokola roundabout in Ibadan for the June 12 rally, also held placards demanding an end to bad governance.
Police, army, and the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps were present at the protest ground.
Among the inscriptions on the placards are ‘End impunity in Nigeria’, ‘No to fuel price hike’, and ‘We are tired of the killings, insecurity, terrorism, and poverty in the country.
The PUNCH reports that protests and rallies are also ongoing in Lagos, Ondo, Osun, Rivers, and Abuja.