Angry youths have turn peaceful protest into violence as they burn down Access, Union and First bank in Udu area of Warri, Delta State.
Raw Nigeria reports that the youths were protesting against the scarcity of the new Naira notes on the streets of Udu before it turned violent, resulting in the burning of buildings by some hoodlums.
In the South-west states of Oyo and Osun, there have also been violent protests over the scarcity of fuel and the new naira notes.
On Wednesday, Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State asked the Federal Government to review its Naira policy “before the situation gets out of hand”.
According to him, “this is the worst policy done by the Federal Government”.
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