Some Nigerians in Ghana on Wednesday hit the streets to protest against what they call bad governance in their home country.
The action by the group follows a week long protest in Nigeria over what has been reported as police brutality. About 50 protesters have been killed by soldiers.
At the forecourt of the Nigerian High Commissioner in Accra, the youth numbering about thirty were clad in black attire, pouring their anger amidst chants like “We want Buhari to resign now!”, ‘What we are doing is about bad governance in Nigeria’’ and ‘’Our siblings are dying, we cannot keep quiet, our voices must be heard now!
Meanwhile security at the High Commission remained adamant, not giving attention to the action by the youth.
The group told Atinka TV’s Abubakar Sarpong that their earlier request to present a petition to the High Commissioner was turned down, hence the protest.
Ghana | Atinkaonline.com | Abubakar Sarpong