Angry Nigerians yesterday morning took to the streets in Abuja to protest against the anti-people policies of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.
The placards-carrying protesters, who condemned the increase in the prices of the staple foods couple with the frightening tale of the growing menace of insecurity in the country, set bonfire on Dantata bridge, along Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Road, chanting: “Buhari Must Go.”
They also called for the resignation of the president over his incompetence, which they said has brought untold hardship and agony on Nigerians.
Meanwhile, a detachment of anti-riot policemen dispersed the protesters with tear gas canisters and cleared the road.
Some protesters were said to be arrested after chasing them by the security operatives.