No fewer than 30 protesters have been arrested by security operatives who took to the streets to protest.
As Nigeria celebrates 60 years of Independence, hundreds of protesters on Thursday stormed the streets of Lagos to express their grievance against bad governance in the country.
The protesters marched from the streets of Ojota to Maryland in Lagos.
They were seen chanting songs of solidarity.
The PUNCH gathered that no fewer than 30 protesters have been arrested by security operatives.
Similarly, Some angry protesters in Osun state have been forcefully dispersed by security operatives.
Nigerians under the banner of #RevolutionNow protesting in Osogbo, capital of Osun State have been chased away by security operatives in the state.
According to TheNation, the protesters, who converged on Nelson Mandela Park, Old Garage around 9 am, were dispersed almost immediately.
However, they regrouped at Oke-Fia junction and later marched through Old Garage, Orisunbare and Ola-Iya junction, chanting anti-government songs and distributing flyers stating reasons for their agitations
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