Nigerian students are coordinating for an Aluta Continua protests on Tuesday to reject the anti-people policies of the President Muhammadu Buhari's government.
The National Association of Nigerian Students (Zone D) on Friday said it hinted it is already contacting students to take to the streets and press for reversal of government policies.
The protests will take over streets in Lagos State, Ogun State, Ondo State, Osun State, Ekiti State and Oyo State on Tuesday September 8 from 0700 hours.
Kowe Odunayo Amos, Coordinator of NANS (Zone D), in a statement described the increase in stamp duty cost, PMS, electricity tariff and others as punishment to Nigerians given the prevailing economic hardship in the country due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
He said, “Sequel to the press statement of NANS Zone D on Wednesday, 2nd of September, 2020 calling on the Federal Government to reverse the anti-people increment in stamp duty, PMS price, electricity tariff and the stoppage of the anti-social media bill amongst others, the leadership of NANS Zone D call on all Nigerian students, workers and the Nigerian people to be prepared for a mass action.