Even after rapper Innocent Idibia, aka Tuface was intimidated by state authorities into chickening out of his role in anti-government protests, Nigerians have vowed to march on.
See: Why We Shall Protest
— Dr. Peregrino Brimah (@EveryNigerian) February 5, 2017
Security agents threatened violence at the anti-government protests and gave no assurance of fulfilling their duties to abate the hinted violence. Government agents also sponsored miscreant groups to protest against the planned protests, all in desperation to deter pro-Nigeria protests in the face of failing policies and a president whose mental and physical health state is being kept secret from the populace.
— Yakubu Ibrahim (@Yax143) February 4, 2017
Protests are expected in major cities and around the world against the failures of the Buhari government which has largely been overtaken by the same old and new corrupt and greedy politicians.
The Nigerian economy has remained in collapse due to the cabal forex policies of its crooked central bank governor implicated in looting over the years.
Nigerian officials under the new administration including the minister of power and presidency appointees like the secretary general of the federation have been implicated in mega looting just like the old days with resultant suffering and deaths of Nigerians most especially the most vulnerable in the Boko Haram ravaged northeast.