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Urgent Call for Peaceful Protest Against Genocide in Nigeria’s Middle-Belt



An urgent call has been issued on social media platform X, urging well-meaning Nigerians in London to join a peaceful protest against the ongoing genocide in Nigeria’s middle-belt region. The account provides details for the demonstration, emphasizing the need for collective action to address the pressing issue.

**Details of the Peaceful Protest:**
– **Date:** January 10, 2024
– **Venue:** Nigerian High Commission, 9 Northumberland Ave, London WC2N 5BX
– **Time:** Starting from 12 noon

The call to action encourages individuals to retweet and share the information, particularly for those located in London, to raise awareness and mobilize support for the cause. The urgency of the situation in Nigeria’s middle-belt demands immediate attention and solidarity from the international community.

The protest aims to draw attention to the ongoing atrocities, prompt dialogue, and advocate for measures to address the root causes of the conflict. As the global Nigerian diaspora comes together, this event serves as a platform for peaceful expression, demanding justice and an end to the violence in the affected region.

Concerned citizens, activists, and supporters are urged to join the demonstration, lending their voices to the call for peace, justice, and an end to the suffering in Nigeria’s middle-belt. The organizers hope that this collective effort will contribute to raising awareness on the international stage and fostering positive change to alleviate the crisis.

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