Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo’s convoy was blocked by Aggrieved protesters along Umaru Musa Yar’Adua expressway in Abuja on Tuesday morning, NEWS FLAKES NG reports.
It was gathered that the vice-president was heading to the airport when his convoy ran into a barricade at Goza village.
Residents of Gbagyi village had converged on the major road connecting the airport to the city, to protest the alleged invasion of their land by the military.
The security aides of the vice-president failed in their bid to appease the protesters, forcing Osinbajo to alight from his car.
Earlier reports narrated how the coalition of FCT indigenous Association in Collaboration with affected communities are currently protested against an alleged forceful takeover of lands by the Nigerian army.
The alleged takeover are said to be in giri, kapkuru, Ido Sarki, Zuba and Tunga maje areas of Abuja.