- Protests were held across Nigeria on Monday over corruption and poor living standards
- "Interests will no longer supersede the common aspiration of the Nigerian people," writes Chude Jideonwo
Chude Jideonwo is Co-founder and Managing Partner of RED, owner of the continent's largest portfolio of youth media RED's governance communication company, StateCraft Inc, handled the campaign communication for the current presidents of Nigeria and Ghana. The opinions expressed in this article are solely his.
(CNN)On Monday, in Lagos, Abuja, Ibadan and across the country, Nigerians came out in their thousands to protest the corruption and poor standard of living in the country under the governance of President Muhammadu Buhari.