Sights and Sounds of the Second Year Commemoration of the Zaria Massacre in Abuja

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria, commemorated the second year since the horrendous attack in Zaria that resulted in the brutal massacre of over a thousand innocent people by the Nigerian army in a little over 36 hours.

The commemoration held in Abuja between the 12th and 14th December, 2017 and involved peaceful #FreeZakzaky processions over the three days, letter writings to the National Assembly and the National Human Rights Commission, engagement with the media, activists and the general public. Other activities peacefully conducted include advocacy visits to Embassies of foreign countries as well as Twitter storm.

Below are the sights and sounds of the events as marked:

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