See How Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey Joined Nigerians to Mark June 12 Democracy Day
Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey has tweeted a photo of the Nigerian flag on his official Twitter handle in likely solidarity with Nigeria’s Democracy Day.
The photo was shared at exactly 12 am (Nigerian time) on June 12, which is now being celebrated in Nigeria as “Democracy Day”.
It is also coming ahead of a planned nationwide protest which has been trending on the social media platform in different countries with the hashtag #June12Protest.
Meanwhile some youths in Benin, Edo State took to the streets to protest against the alleged poor security situation in the country.
The angry youths blocked the ever-busy First East Circular Road, by Akpakpava Junction, with used tires, thereby slowing down vehicular traffic.
He warned that no police or security organization would be able to stop them from walking around the city, adding that it is their fundamental human right.
It was reliably gathered that thousands of youths, including students, have vowed to stage a peaceful protest around the city.
Recall that many students, youths and secession agitators have vowed to stage mass protests across the country, on June 12, to express their displeasure over the government’s way of handling things.
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