Organisers of the proposed nationwide mass protest against the President Muhammadu Buhari administration which will be led by 2face Idibia have revealed a schedule for the demonstration planned for Sunday, February 5th, 2017.
The time-table of the protest which is aimed at forcing the government of the day to either perform or relinquish power will kick-off at 9.00pm on the proposed day at various venues across the country.
Below is a message from the organisers of the protest reportedly bankrolled by a former governor of Akwa Ibom State, revealing the time and venue of the demonstration which will take place both online and offline simultaneously.
ARE YOU TIRED? #BuhariMustGo Protest!!!
February 5th protest across Nigeria will kick off by 9.00am at the following venues on February 5th, 2017:
LAGOS – Convergence Point is New Afrikan Shrine at Agidingbi, Ikeja. Will march all the way to Gani Fawehinmi Park, Ojota.
ABUJA – To converge at Unity Fountain, Abuja.
PORT HARCOURT – To converge at Isaac Boro Park, Port Harcourt.
KANO – Rumfa Primary School, Enugu Road, Sabon Gari , Kano.
“Nigerian people are extremely fed up with the leadership style of President Buhari who the people had taught to be the messiah, however their hopes were dashed when he became President, the nation has continued to suffer a huge economic downturn which hurts the people so much, poverty has taken a sharp occupation and spiral effect in the lives of most Nigerians, recession, ethnic division, religious persecutions, terrorism, corruption and everything Buhari campaigned against has taken a double portion in his government.
“These are the reasons the people want to take to the streets in Nigeria to say “Enough is Enough” to the clueless and wicked government to pave way for a better leadership that can take the country out of the wood”.
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