Niger indIgenes residing In Kano Conducts peaceful protest in support of Bazoum


By Abdullahi Jalalalluden

Hundreds of Republic of Niger’s indigenes residing In Kano Conducted a peaceful Protest at Wapa round about in fagge local government area of the state.

The protesters carried placards with different inscriptions of support to the overthrow president of Niger Bazoum.

Some of inscription written on the placards reads ” we are in support of bazoum” “please ECOWAS restore power to Bazoum ” among many inscriptions.

The leader of the protesters lawalli Mamman Barmo said the reason behind the peaceful protest was to show their concern of what is happening in their country, and to show their support to president Bazoum who is the democratically elected president.

He urge the ‘coup De tat’ Leader and his illegitimate cabinet as a matter of urgency to hand over power to Bazoum.

Barmo appeal to ECOWAS not to relent in ensuring that they follow all the available avenues to ensure that president Bazoum was restored back as the president of Niger.

Some of the protesters who spoke to our correspondents in tears appealed to the leader of the coup De tat to save Niger Republic from falling into war and other economic crisis.

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