Young protesters in Nigeria are facing stifling emergency policies by the authorities aimed at quelling ongoing protests nationwide – In the country’s capital, Abuja, authorities say street
demonstrations would no longer be allowed – A security council meeting by the authorities in Abuja, say demonstrators have been unruly and breached COVID-19 protocol
Rising from its latest security council meeting, the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has banned street protests and any form of public demonstration in the nation’s capital. The decision was taken after a security meeting chaired by the minister of the FCT, Mallam Mohammed Musa Bello.
Members of the FCT security council discuss after the meeting.