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JUST IN: Nigerians Hit The Streets, Protest Rising Hardship

In the wake of the rising cost of living and hardship in Nigeria, some residents of Ondo State hit the streets on Tuesday, expressing their displeasure with the current economic situation of the country.

Armed with no placards, the protesters urged the federal and state governments to find a lasting solution to the lingering crisis.

They bemoaned the state of the economy that has paralysed business activities and impoverished the people.

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Reacting to the protest, a political activist, Aisha Yesufu, said the protest that is coming will not be announced because there would be no placards, no date set, and no colour combination.

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She wrote: “There will be no placards. No date set. No colour combination. We will all find ourselves on the streets.”

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