Protesters In Kogi Protesting Against Hardship In Kogi State
Protest of the rising cost of living in Nigeria has spread to Kogi State, two days after protest erupted in Minna, Niger State.
The protest also spread to Suleja, Niger State, a suburb of the FCT, Abuja.
Protesters in Suleja were agitating that Nigerians are suffering, urging the FG to stop the hardship now!
The protesters in Suleja demanded the federal government to end the hardship in the country, lamenting that Nigerians are suffering.
The protest spread to Kano on Tuesday, where protesters demanded President Bola Tinubu to reopen the borders for more food to come into the country for prices to drop.
At the time of this report, market women had taken over the streets in Lokoja, Kogi State, protesting high costs of food in the market.
Meanwhile, the federal government is looking inward at an emergency meeting on Wednesday to mitigate the increasing cost of living in the country.