Some days ago, President Buhari made a declaration that Nigeria’s Democracy Day will be celebrated every June 12.
According to the President, Late Chief MKO Abiolawon the 1993 presidential elections but was denied the office by the then Head of State, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida.
Meanwhile, annulment of the election which was believed to be free and fair led Late Chief MKO Abiola to a struggle geared towards actualizing his mandate but died in the process.
On this edition of NLTV Voice of the street, Nigerians react to President Buhari’s decision to make the whole Federation start observing June 12 as National Democracy Day.
Watch Video Below;
Taking a deep look backward at what happened on June 12 and the circumstances behind Chief MKO Abiola’s death
Do You Think President Buhari Has Done Well By Making June 12 National Democracy Day?
Feel free to share your thoughts!