This poster was made by Nigerian students and it was made to mobilize other students on twitter to join the peaceful protest that is set to hold today.SAVE NIGERIAN STUDENTS is the hastag students are currently using to speak out on twitter.The peaceful protest is reportedly targeting 3 million students so that their voice can be heard
It started already on twitter and students are already joining in.We would show you few of what students told the government to do.
Check out what they said below
"If Market and places of worship are allowed to function, interstate travels have been relaxed, airports and some other places are open,Why are our schools still closed?"
"FG should do the needful and save our students from loosing an academic year"
"Our Academic Year Matters too"
"Government should not pause our future like this, opportunity they say comes not but once.As the day go by,many students are losing the opportunity to go back to school,Please reopen our schools so we can continue"
We hope the government address this.
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