National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS) has made a u-turn on its initial decision ordering members to boycott the June 12 nationwide protest.
The Osun State chapter of the association joined the nationwide protest in Osogbo, the state capital, on Saturday.
Recalled that NANS president, Sunday Asefon, in a statement on Friday suspended its planned June 12 nationwide protest.
However, the coalition of civil society in Osun commenced a massive rally against insecurity and unemployment in Nigeria.
Meanwhile, supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari who stormed Unity Fountain, Abuja on Saturday morning, were seen fighting over the method of sharing money.
According to reports, the group was out to counter those protesting against bad governance across the country.
Eyewitnesses revealed that leaders of the group were seen in a heated exchange over the sharing of monetary resources meant for organising the counter protests.
UramahMedia reports that the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja has been plunged into palpable tension over protests happening in major parts of the city.
Earlier, police operatives clashed with some protesters at Gudu Junction causing tension in the area. Similar demonstrations are currently ongoing in major parts of the country including Lagos State.We are social! follow us on: