Hardship: Another Massive Protest Breaks Out In Nigeria’s Largest City [VIDEO]

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Nigerians in Ibadan, Oyo State, have taken to the streets to protest the high cost of living, food inflation, and economic hardship under President Bola Tinubu’s administration.

The peaceful rally, which occurred in the Mokola area, featured placard-carrying youths chanting songs to drive home their points.

The placards carried messages such as ‘No more Emilokan’, ‘End food hike and inflation’, ‘The poor is starving’, and ‘Tinubu, don’t forget your promises’.

The protest followed similar demonstrations in Kano and Minna, highlighting the widespread discontent over economic hardship caused by the removal of petrol subsidy and the unification of foreign exchange windows.

Armed policemen were present at the protest scene, as the police had warned that no breach of peace would be allowed during any protest in the state.

The protest in Oyo State is the latest in a series of demonstrations that have emerged since President Tinubu announced the removal of petrol subsidy on May 29, 2023. Nigerians have continued to face various degrees of economic hardships since then, with the cost of living and food inflation reaching unprecedented levels.

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