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#OneVoiceNigeria: Nigerians protest despite police presence

#OneVoiceNigeria: Nigerians protest  despite police presence
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A coalition of civil society organizations under the umbrella of One Voice Nigeria Monday has proceeded with the planned protested without its chief covener -Tuface Idibia.

#OneVoiceNigeria: Nigerians protest  despite police presence

The massive nationwide protest against the federal government today February, 6 was announced by music star 2baba Idibia but on Saturday, February 4; he released a video saying he was cancelling the protest due to security concern.

In spite of the cancellation, some Nigerians vowed to continue with the protest.

#OneVoiceNigeria: Nigerians protest  despite police presence

In Lagos, the protesters are expected to march from National Stadium in Surulere to the National Theatre, Iganmu.

The protest is also set to take place simultaneously in Abuja, Enugu and Port Harcourt, among other major cities.

According to co-convener, Ezenwa Nwagwu, the protest is an aggregation of the groanings of the Nigerian people under the present economic challenges rocking the nation.

He said the protest is a formal appeal to all elected officials in the country to rise to the challenges of their respective offices and find a lasting solution to the hardship faced by Nigerians.

Meanwhile, Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN) has described as vague the demands of the protesters and called for the articulation of the demands of the One Voice Nigeria group in more specific and practical terms.

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