“#BuhariMustGo protesters blocked the road to international airport in Abuja as early as 5:30 am Monday morning in Abuja #RevolutionNow.”
Some ‘Buhari Must Go’ protesters, on Monday morning, blocked the Umaru Yar’Adua Way leading to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.
Reports said the protesters who were displaying banners with the inscription, #BuhariMustGo, stormed the area at about 5:30am.
The protesters made bonfires on the ever-busy road, making it difficult for civil servants living in Lugbe, Kuje, and other areas along the Airport to access their places of work in the heart of the city, according to reports.
A former Nigerian presidential candidate and human rights activist, Omoyele Sowore, announced the development on his official Twitter handle and Facebook page.
The tweet reads, “#BuhariMustGo protesters blocked the road to international airport in Abuja as early as 5:30 am Monday morning in Abuja #RevolutionNow “.
The FCT Police is yet to make an official statement on the development.