The protesters were said to have stormed the governor’s office with sticks, wood, and other dangerous weapons.
The clashes, which followed protests in Shanghai, Beijing, and elsewhere, erupted as China posts record numbers of COVID-19 cases daily.
The protesters marched few meters aways from the Lekki Tollgate on Thursday, while carrying coffins, flowers and waving Nigeria’s flag.
The Monday attack prevented ambassador Sergey Andrejev from placing flowers at a cemetery for Soviet soldiers in Poland.
The pensioners protested around the major streets of Umuahia and ended up at the Government House.
On Monday, the biggest fuel price hike was put in place, raising diesel prices by 64 per cent and petrol by 33 per cent per litre.
Demonstrators laid on the ground to recreate an image of the civilians massacred by Russian forces in Bucha.
The president said the protesters were “criminals and murderers” sent from abroad to destabilise his government.
“Silence is the loudest shout. We want our rights back. We want a revolution. We express sadness for our fallen heroes.”
Lebanon’s unemployment rate is expected to rise above 40 per cent in 2021 and the poverty rate is estimated at 78 per cent.