A lot of Nigerians have recently stormed twitter to express their anger against the recent happenings in the country and also against the decisions made by the Nigerian government, the most recent of which involved the suspension of popular microblogging site, Twitter.
Nigerians from various parts of the country have also expressed their support to end bad governance in the country.
The protest organizers are meeting 14 critical demands which the June 12 protest will achieve. These are: abolish 1999 constitution, end terrorism, end banditry, (Isa) Pantami must go (Minister of Communications and Digital Economy), free all detained activists, end insecurity, justice for all EndSARS victims, Free Kogi2 (Two anti-President Muhammadu Buhari protesters – Larry Emmanuel and Victor Anene Udoka – who have been detained in Kogi State), Buhari Must Go, revert electricity tariffs, end ASUP (Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics) strike, revert fuel price, revert party deregistration, and free Nicholas Mbah.
A few of the tweets and reactions of Nigerians:
Nigeria is now trending everywhere in the world. FG in deep shit. They must not get away with this, we will have #June12Protest all over the world with VPN’s. We are just getting started. Who day breathe? #EndSARS
Dear Nigerian youths, we are on our own, just a quick reminder that we need more than #June12Protest we need to do more than just tweeting and going to bed, WE NEED A PLAN, WE NEED A LEADER, the plan must start now and not wait till 2023. #TwitterBan #Buharimustgo
Here we come for another protest #June12Protest
The coward Gen. Buhari has gone from turning off his comment section to banning twitter in Nigeria. This is not time for bants, we should occupy Nigeria on #June12Protest #OccupyNigeria2 #BuhariMustGo .