Makinde joins protest in Oyo, says there’s hunger, anger in Nigeria

NLC Strike Update: Oyo Governor, Makinde Joins Protest in Ibadan, Video Emerges – TheTalk.NG

NLC Strike Update: Oyo Governor, Makinde Joins Protest in Ibadan, Video Emerges

  • Governor Seyi Makinde joined protesters in Ibadan on Tuesday, February 27, during the NLC’s two-day protest over the severe hardship in Nigeria
  • Makinde stated that the worsening economic situation was not unique to Oyo State, but rather a nationwide issue
  • The Oyo governor said he was aware of the difficulty people were going through, promising that he would be part of the generation that would fix the country

NLC/NLC strike/nlc strike update/NLC protest/nlc strike update todayGovernor Makinde joins protesters to condemn hardship in Nigeria. Photo credit: @DavemanSource: Twitter

“There is hunger and hardship in the land. We must do something about it.”

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