By Toba Adedeji, Osogbo
Members of Civil Society Organisations on Monday stormed streets in Osogbo, capital of Osun to protest the spate of insecurity and bad governance in the country.
The protesters converged at Nelson Mandela Freedom Park via Old-Garage at 9:30 AM and later marched to Oke-Fia junction with placards and banners, chanting anti-government songs.
The placards and banners read; “End insurgency now”, “Buhari should speak up”, “Things are getting worse in Nigeria”, “No to poor living conditions” and many more.
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The leader of the groups, Comrade Waheed Lawal while addressing newsmen said, this protest becomes imperative because of the level of injustice and maladministration of Presidents Buhari.
“I urge the residents of the state to rise against injustice, killings and sad news in the country.
“Despite the richness of Nigeria in natural resources and fertile land, our economy still suffers greatly. Poor leadership has put the country in the wrong direction leading to untold hardship among the masses. We are out today to sensitise the resident of Osun to always seek better Nigeria.”