31 Cities Confirmed For Anti-Buhari Mega Protest On June 12

The June 12 Democracy Day nationwide protest is at the moment gathering momentum as Nigerians in over 30 cities all over the world have confirmed solidarity to register their displeasure concerning the nation’s state of insecurity.

Civil society organisations and human rights activists have referred to as for a nationwide protest on June 12, Nigeria’s Democracy Day, in opposition to the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.

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According to numerous publicity posters, the protest will make 14 crucial calls for that are: abolish 1999 structure, finish terrorism, finish banditry, (Isa) Pantami should go (Minister of Communications and Digital Economy who has expressed sympathy for terrorists), free all detained activists, finish insecurity, justice for all EndSARS victims, Free Kogi2 (Two anti-President Muhammadu Buhari protesters – Larry Emmanuel and Victor Anene Udoka – who’re being detained in Kogi State), Buhari Must Go, revert electrical energy tariffs, finish ASUP (Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics) strike, revert gasoline worth, revert occasion deregistration, and free Nicholas Mbah.

Human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, in Twitter put up on Thursday mentioned residents of about 31 cities have confirmed their readiness for the mass protest.

“Akure. Kaduna. Kano. Zaria. Abuja. Lagos. Benin City. Port Harcourt. Abeokuta. Lokoja. Oshogbo. Yola. Calabar. Onitsha. Awka. London. New York. Jos. Makurdi. Warri. Ibadan. Ilorin. Minna. Lafia. Damaturu. Gombe. Joburg. Toronto. Frankfurt. Stockholm-CONFIRMED ‪#June12Protest‬ ‪#BuhariMustGo.‬

“These are cities that have been confirmed ready for ‪#June12Protest. ‬Ado-Ekiti is now confirmed,” he tweeted.

These are cities which have been confirmed prepared for #June12Protest

— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) June 3, 2021

Nigeria’s June 12 Democracy Day is a public vacation to commemorate the restoration of democracy within the nation.

May 29 was initially the democracy day in Nigeria, but it surely was modified in 2018 by the Federal Government.

This is particular in Nigeria’s historical past and is used to commemorate the democratic election of Chief MKO Abiola on June 12, 1993, in what has been adjudged to be Nigeria’s freest and fairest elections.

It was, nevertheless, cancelled by the Ibrahim Babangida navy junta, and Abiola was thrown into jail, main finally to his premature demise in 1998.

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31 Cities Confirmed For Anti-Buhari Mega Protest On June 12

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