Angry Nigerians on Monday protested what they called lousy administration of President Muhamadu Buhari and the failure of government to address insecurity rocking the nation.
The protesters comprising of youngsters blocked Abuja Airport Road very early in the morning.
The demonstrators marched to Dantata Bridge, along the road that serves as a major entrance and departure point to the capital city, yelling #BuhariMustGo.
The placard-carrying protestors were forcibly dispersed by a joint squad of armed security officers at Gudu crossroads on June 12 when they were teargassed.
They demanded, among other things, an end to insecurity, weak government, corruption, impunity, and the reinstatement of Twitter’s suspension.
Protests asking for President Muhammadu Buhari’s resignation have drew attention from around the country as part of the #BuhariMustGo movement.