- Many Nigerians are protesting situations in the country
- Specifically, people are also protesting in Lagos against the policies of this administration
- Recall that Nigeria is celebrating 60 years of independence
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As Nigeria celebrates year 2020 independence day anniversary, many people have taken to the streets to demand better things for the country.
In Lagos, the protesters, over 200 of them, marched from the streets of Ojota to Maryland in Lagos, chanting songs of solidarity, The Cable reports.
With the protest, they are registering their dissatisfaction over terrible situations in the country
Legit.ng also reported that just when Nigerians thought they will breathe a brief sigh of relief on a day they are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the nation's independence, trouble erupted.
According to The Nation, about 20 #RevolutionNow protesters were on Thursday, October 1, arrested by security operatives in Lagos state.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that today is a day Nigerians will never forget as it reminds them of gaining freedom from their colonial masters. They say, “With age comes wisdom”, but can the same be said for Nigeria, a country which gained her independence 60 years ago and is still struggling to find her feet.
For a number of Nigerians, October 1 means nothing and is not worth celebrating. This is not surprising as things seem to be getting worse.
If you ask some people, they will tell you Nigeria can never get better and if they get the opportunity to leave to another country, they would do so gladly. Some people are of the opinion that the nation is at a standstill, for some others, the nation is in reverse mode.
Legit.ng also reported that President Muhammadu Buhari kickstarted the Independence Day celebration with the presidential broadcast addressing the citizens. You can read the full speech here.
Citizens are however not happy with the situation of things in the country and Legit.ng gathered some of their angry outbursts.
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