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June 12: Project Unity Nigeria Outshine Protesters



At the Nation's capital Abuja today, Pro-Democracy Day rally was witness at the central business district area where members of Project Unity Nigeria, powered by the Emerging Leaders Forum of Nigeria (ELFON) took to the streets calling for a better United Nigeria.

As the sea of heads processed on the major roads, our correspondent witnessed a clash between member of Project Unity Nigeria and a group of protesters having placards demanding an end to bad governance in the country as part of activities marking the June 12 democracy day.

Out numbering the protesters, members of Project Unity Nigeria chased the protesters who had gathered around Gudu market as they scampered for safety with some sustaining injuries while the police reportedly begged for calm.

Speaking to journalists, the National President of Emerging Leaders Forum of Nigeria (ELFON), who led the Pro-Democracy Day Rally; Amb. Godstime Chukwubuikem Samuel said Nigerians must come together to talk about and act things that Unites us a country, not such that divides us as a people.

"As progressives and stakeholders in nation building, we will not tolerate the excesses of hired miscreants coming to demonstrate against our Nation's Unity, Progress and Development", Godstime expressed.


He further thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for approving June 12 as Democracy day which goes a long way to reawaken the our commitment to a United Nigeria where Equity, Fairplay, Justice must be taken serious for a better Nigeria.

"We want President Muhammadu Buhari to appoint young Nigerians who are bellow fourty years of age as Ministers of State and also establish a National Commission for Youth Development which will go a long way in addressing unemployment in Nigeria.

As at the time of filing this report, the ELFON- Project Unity Nigeria group were on their way to the Unity Fountain, Abuja. 

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