Delta Airlines has cancelled two more flights earlier scheduled to come in and go out of Nigeria as a result of the ongoing #EndSARS protests in the country.
The airline cancelled Flight 248 from Atlanta, United States, to Lagos, Nigeria, and Flight 249 from Lagos to Atlanta scheduled for Tuesday night (today) and also Wednesday evening due to the tension caused by demonstration in the country.
It was revealed that Delta Airlines Flight 54 from Atlanta to Lagos was forced to return to America after first terminating its journey in Dakar, Senegal, with the entire crew and passengers on board.
Young people all over Nigeria are calling for police reforms and improved governance in the country, but the peaceful exercise has now been overtaken by armed gangs that have started attacking innocent civilians and wreaking havoc all over the place.
Meanwhile , State governments have been forced to adopt various measures including the imposing of indefinite curfew to arrest the situation.
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