The planned march against President Buhari and the state of the nation, being organized by one of Nigeria's biggest musicians Tuface Idibia has generated a lot of conflict, online and offline.
For the second day running, Tuface has been trending on Nigerian Twitter as many people express their thoughts about the planned protest.
What do you need to know about this planned protest?
1. Why is Tuface planning a protest?
The popular musician took to his Instagram account about 22 hours ago to announce the planned protest. After getting backlash from sectors about the protest having political backing, he released a 10-part video explaining.
Part of what he said was: "Since 1999, we are still where we are, poor and desperate. I am just a musician with a point of view and the ears of my fans. This march is about demanding that the government connect with all the people of Nigeria, it is not about partisan politics."
Watch part of the video here:
2. When and where is the protest holding?
According to the announcement made on his Instagram page, the peaceful protest will hold on Monday, February 6, 2017 at the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos.
The planned protest has gained support from some quarters as Ekiti state governor, Peter Ayodele Fayose.
Making his support known, via his Twitter handle, he said: "To those planning the "Enough is Enough" National Protest, you have my total support and I will be part of the protest."