Published on: July 24, 2021

June 12 protest: Tiwa Savage, Toke Makinwa, Tacha storm the streets

Nigerian celebrities such as Tiwa Savage, Toke Makinwa, Mr Macaroni, Tacha have joined other Nigerians to protest against the rising insecurity and bad governance in the country.

Several groups and activists had vowed to stage protest in all parts of the country as Nigeria celebrates Democracy Day on June 12 and they kept to their words.

June 12 protest: Tiwa Savage, Toke Makinwa, Tacha storm the streets
June 12 protest: Tiwa Savage, Toke Makinwa, Tacha storm the streets

 

In some of the videos that surfaced online, Tiwa Savage, Tacha, Falz were seen chatting and lamenting about the high rate of insecurity in the country.

Falz in the video shared on his Instagram page noted that the Nigerian youths have been silent for a long time and will continue to protest for a better Nigeria.

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falzthebahdguy wrote: We have been silent for way too long. All that is in the past now. We refuse to be defeated.
We will never ever give up the fight for a better day. This is what “Democracy Day” looks like for us.

Naijabulletin News recalls that President Buhari had said that his administration had lifted 10.5 million people out of poverty.

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In his speech ahead of the Democracy Day Celebration today, June 12, he listed farmers, small-scale traders, artisans, market women among the class of persons whose lives have improved under him.

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Buhari stated that this is in line with his promise of lifting 100 million persons out of poverty.

June 12 protest: Tiwa Savage, Toke Makinwa, Tacha storm the streets.


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