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#EndSARS protesters block Abuja highways


By Gbenga Omokhunu, Abuja

Youths in Abuja on Sunday continued the #EndSARS protest marching around the city centre, chanting solidarity songs.

They blocked Wuse Zone 3, the road leading to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).

Abuja #EndSARS protesters

Commuters and motorists were turned back by the protesters, who vowed not to leave the road until they see a tangible results from the government.

In their large number, they were shouting and carrying placards with different inscriptions.

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Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Malam Muhammad Bello had officially last week prohibited protests and demonstrations of all kinds within the nation’s capital.

Abuja #EndSARS protesters

But the development did not go down well with the protesters and many well-meaning Nigerians.

Many motorists have been stranded.

They blocked the expressway with vehicles belonging to them alongside other objects.

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