Hundreds of protesters, on Thursday, stormed the streets of Lagos State to express their displeasure over bad governance in Nigeria.
The demonstration, which started around 9.30 am, saw the protesters gathering around Ojota, from where they marched to the Maryland area of the state.
They were seen chanting songs of solidarity.
It was reported gathered that no fewer than 30 protesters have been arrested by security operatives.
The Coalition for Revolution code-named #RevolutionNow had in a statement before the protest called on the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), to resign.
Speaking with one of the protesters, Agba Jalingo, he said, “We are tired of Buhari and we want to tell the whole world that we are tired. Even with all the police mobilisation, we are here to show them our determination to confront this government.
“We are not going to be afraid of them. We will protest regardless of what they do. Nigerians are tired of bearing the burden that Buhari keeps piling on us, they must reverse the increase in fuel price, end ASUU strike.”