Welcome to another episode of my daily life. I woke safe and sound and prayed to God for his protection over my life and family. I had an appointment in town by 12 PM and I must get there on time so I planned my time well. After taking my bath and eaten my breakfast, I catched a bike to tipper garrage to enter a car going to Lugbe. It was around 8:30 AM. I intentionally left home early to beat the road block by protesters which worked for me. It didn't take time before I saw a Hilux going to Lugbe and I boarded it.
Protesters I jammed at Kuje bridge Abujaon my way back.
My plan was to stay at Lugbe till 10:00 AM before continuing my journey and this lead me to visiting a friend at Zone 9. I was very happy to see all those old guys. As I was planning to leave, I received a call from the secretary of the organization I had an appointment with that the boss could not make it to the office because the road was blocked by #endsars protesters. I couldn't proceed again after the call. I spent little time with my guys and left.
Myself at the protesting venue
On my way back home, I jammed the protesters. OMG! Everywhere was blocked. They've turned the road to a party zone. While some are shouting end Sars, some were dancing to the sound of music played by the DJ. I also joined the struggle recorded some scenes.
The protesters at Kuje bridge Abuja
I spent more than 6 hours hooked on the Kuje bridge. The endsars protest has become something that the government cannot stop. After the road was cleared, I found my way home. I was very tired and famished so I prepared indomie Noddles, ate and went to bed straight.
The struggle continues. Let's pray for Nigeria.
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