Some Nigerians have announced that they will hold a three-day nationwide protest against Godwin Emefiele, the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, and former Vice-President, Atiku Abubakar.
The mass action will be led by a coalition of civil society groups, Economic Freedom Fighters in Africa (EFFA) to “demand an end to economic terrorism”.
According to the organisers, the protest is scheduled for Monday, February 6th to Wednesday 8th across the major cities in the country and is spearheaded by a notable activist, Charles Mbani in Abuja.
The coalition said Emefiele and his cohorts, one of whom it said is the People’s Democratic Party’s presidential candidate are on a mission to destroy the nation.
The EFFA said the naira redesign is just one of the numerous demonic economic policies that have been perfected to inflict further hardship and suffering on Nigerians before the end of this administration.
Describing Emefiele as a monumental failure and a mole planted by the opposition, the freedom fighters noted that his penchant for pessimistic and anti-masses policies have reached its peak.
The group said Emefiele must be stopped now else Nigeria may cease to exist on May 29.
The organisers, therefore, called on Nigerians to “join this movement against a tyrant at the CBN who has auctioned this nation to Atiku and his friends”.
The coalition, however, vowed to remain on the streets for days, weeks, and months until its demands are met.