Second protest in one week highlights the changed situation in Nigeria H.T Soweto February 9 Protesters with DSM Placards (Click to enlarge) For the second time in one week, thousands marched out in two cities (Lagos and Abuja) on Thursday 9 February 2017 to protest the growing hardship under the Muhammadu Buhari/APC government. Thursday’s protest rally was called by the
February 6 #IStandWithNigeria protests shows growing anger at the Buhari/APC government But What Next? H.T Soweto, February 6 march in Lagos – photo DSM (Click to enlarge) On Monday February 6, 2017, thousands poured into the streets across some cities in the country to protest the unending hardship and failure of the Buhari/APC government. Over 3,000 marched in Lagos. The
BUHARI/APC GOVT AND THE CAPITALIST SYSTEM HAVE FAILED US We Need to Fight Against Anti-poor Economic Policies and for Socialist Change Today, 6 February 2017, thousands will be marching in Lagos, Abuja and other cities to protest the growing economic hardship being faced by a majority of Nigerians. After nearly two years in power, the Buhari/APC government has failed woefully.