Group stages peaceful protest against inflation, hunger

Some of the protestants

Groups of human right organization on Saturday stage a peaceful protest against the untold hardship being faced by Nigerians.

They attribute the problems to insensitivity of the government to the increasing rate of hunger and inflation in the price of commodities.

Leaders and members of  Human Rights Herald, Campaign for the Defence of Human Rights CDHR,  Integrity Human right leaders and others where part of the procession which moved from the university of Ibadan main gate and trekked to Dugbe  with some of them carry placards with various inscription  such as such as”   Yes to restructuring and say no to hunger”, prices of food are unbearable, Say no to hunger’ and others moved  the University of Ibadan main gate and ended at Dugbe

Some of the speakers Akeem Lawal  Oyo state chairman of CHDR, Kareem Rasheed Adewumi  and others   while addressing people at Sango and Dugbe said people are dying on daily basis based on due to hunger and  health challenges.

“Salaries and wages of workers are not being paid  as and when due and the  price of commodities   is increasing everyday all this are matters of concerns and that is when we raise alarm with this peaceful protest” Says Akeem Aluta.

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