Security operatives attached to the Niger State Governor, Sani Bello, on Thursday, allegedly opened fire on angry youths chanting ‘Sau Daya’ (one-tenure) for the governor.
Bello had visited Bidda old market, popularly known as Etsu-Musa market in the state where fire gutted over 600 shops.
During his visit, he donated N20million for the reconstruction of the market.
However, as he made his way out, angry youths stoned his convoy in protest of what they described as the terrible situation of things in Niger.
As the protesters charged closer towards Bello’s convoy, they chanted and individually raised one finger, to make it clear to the governor that he should forget a second term.