Leaders of the People’s Democratic Party have staged a protest against the Nigerian judiciary in Abuja today.
Its chairman Uche Secondus Vice Presidential candidate of the party in the last election Peter Obi are some of the leaders who led members at rallies at the Federal Capital Territory.
The PDP protesters took-off from the PDP Complex popularly called the Legacy House in Maitama, Abuja, and are matching to the Supreme Court as of the time of filing this report.
The protesters chant songs and carry PDP flags as well as placards with the inscription, ‘We are a united democratic nation, not the Banaba Republic. Do the right thing. Save Nigeria.’
The PDP National Organising Secretary, Austin Akobundu, had in a statement said the protest was approved by the PDP National Working Committee and directed by Secondus.
According to him, the protest was for the party to register its displeasure against the apex court’s judgement and the current state of affairs in Nigeria.