About 2000 Nigerian Immigration protesters have slept outside in front of Aso Villa on Friday night.
The protesters who were recruited into the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) in 2015 and have undergone three months induction training exercise but were suspended following alleged miscrepacies in the recruitment.
The protesters were abandoned by the administration of Muhammadu Buhari even after protesting for the unjust way they have been treated.
The leader of the group, Solomon Ojigbe who had in April during a peaceful protest at the Ministry of Interior on Monday asked the Buhari to treat their case is yet to receive any official communication from the government.
The group decided to make their grievances more public as they slept in front of Aso Villa on Friday as the government has refused to look into the matter.
It would be recalled that after the fatal recruitment exercise conducted by the then Minister of Interior, Abba Moro in 2014, President Goodluck Jonathan constituted a committee to carry out a fresh recruitment process.