Nigerian youths have maintained that the scheduled May 29th inauguration of Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the president of Nigeria must be put on hold.
The youths made the demand during a protest held in Abuja, the nation’s capital on Saturday.
Coming under the umbrella of Free Nigeria Movement, the protesters displaying placards bearing various inscriptions, insisted that Tinubu must not be sworn in until all pending court’s verdict in litigations against his February 25th victory.
Speaking at the protest ground, leader of the group, Moses Paul Ogidi, said with the developments so far, Nigerians have confidence in the judiciary system to deliver an unbiased judgment in the case.
Other members of the group also voiced out their anger over the irregularities that allegedly trailed the February 25 presidential election across the country.