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Drama as women embarks on massive protest in Abia State over deplorable conditions of roads, March across streets on Tuesday.
In what appears to replicate 100 years ago Aba women riot, young women in the state has issued 100 days ultimatum to the state government.
In the viral video footage, shared by a Facebook client, Umunna Chris Chukwuemeka, captured number of women aggressively marching with an inscribed banner.
Scannews 24 had earlier reported pictures emanated from South Eastern states endangering both motorists, and other road users which prompted angry Nigerians on social media.
Chris post, with a video reads: The Aba Women riot is back after 90 years and has given the government of Abia State 100 days to fix Aba and Abia State.