In Akure, the Ondo state capital this morning, socio-economic activities was grounded to a halt following the June 12 protest embarked by the youths.
The Ondo youths came out in masses to join the ongoing June 12 protest going round the country to demand for a good governance as well as end the challenges of insecurity facing the country.
The youths in the early hour of sarturday storm the Post Office Junction axis in the state capital chanting “Buhari must go”.
According to the newsmen who monitored the situation, said shops were not open as resident believed that the protest might be of the same as experienced during the #Endsars protest.
Most of the street was also deserted as no vehicles were seen on the road in the state capital.
The youths armed with placards with various inscription emphasized that the situation of things in the country is now at the alarming rate as nobody is safe again.
Some of the placards read “Buhari must go”, “No to grandpa’s regime” among others.
The protesters move from one junction to another before terminating the protest at NEPA round about.
The protesters lashed at the All Progressives Congress-led government for dashing the hopes of Nigerians.
During an interview with one of the protesters Shuab Nasir, he said “What we are saying is that Buhari should readdress the situation of this country. We are saying we don’t want killings, kidnappings, and banditry anymore. We just want to be safe.”
The protest was about Nigerians’ frustration with the Buhari administration, stressing that the government cannot secure the people, he added.
“Buhari is not ready to listen. All we want is that Buhari must go now,” he added.
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