The Nigerian United For Progressive Change converged at the National Assembly with their protesting members carrying placards with the inscriptions Save our Democracy. the group described the ongoing molestation of the leadership of the senate in respect of senator Bokula Saraki the senate president as a calculative move to derail the legislatives business of the senate as the effect is biting on all Nigerian and it is unbearable.

The convener of Nigeria United for Progressive Change, Mr Adodo Solomon spooked to our newsmen on their demands as follow; that national leader of the ruling government APC should intervene and rescue the party for further embarrassment on the crisis before the senate president as the matter does pay good to the party. they also highlighted in the way and manner in which the senate president is been persecuted at on going trial on  false assets declaration call for question on our judicial system.

later call , was the #OCCUPYNASS and #SAVENASS who were captioned on their various placards with the inscription that National Assembly members must joined the crusade to fight corruption and they should returned the highly expensive SUV jeeps they purchased to themselves and that they are ready to occupy national assembly for four days or even more until their demands are meet while the #SAVENASS are on the opinion that national assembly should allowed to carry on their duties without distraction that the occupy national protesters are after truncating the legislative business of the legislature but the argument on both side resulted clash when the members of Occupy national assembly violently attacked the #SAVENASS Group which resulted in the snatching their banners but the #SAVENASS conduct themselves in a mature manner may be because at the time of filing this reports were outnumbered by members of #OCCUPYNASS.

The tuning point of the was the members of the Nigerian police force, state security service , civil defense were at the national assembly entrance gate  to prevent either of any pro or anti national assembly group from gaining access to the national assembly chambers, the seat of the mace.

Okorochukwu Ikechukwu ( correspondent)