Buhari Booed, Jeered In London As He Ran Into “OccupyBuhari” Protests

The Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari was yesterday booed and jeered as he ran into the earlier scheduled “OccupyBuhari” protest that was ongoing in front of the Nigeria House in London, where he had gone for a private visit. The protest was earlier called by a coalition of groups including the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, the Islamic Human Rights Commission of London and the Islamic Initiative for Human Rights Protection. Other groups that jointly organized the protest include Concerned Citizens, Afenifere UK, IPOB and the Free…

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Coalition Of Groups Plan Occupy Buhari Protest In London To Press For Free Zakzaky, Sowore, Others

A massive street protest has been organized in London on Thursday 14th of November 2019 at the Abuja House, 2 Campden Hill, where the Nigerian President is currently enjoying a private vacation. The protest, tagged Occupy Buhari, is endorsed by a coalition of groups including Concerned Nigerians in the UK, Take it Back Movement UK, Global Coalition for Security And Democracy in Nigeria and the Afenifere UK. Other groups in the coalition include #FreeSoworeNow, Islamic Human Rights Commission, and the Indigenous People of Biafra. Other groups that have indicated support…

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Three-Day Sit-in For sheikh Zakzaky To Hold In London From Tonight

Supporters of the illegally detained leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky are to start a three-day sit-in in London tonight as they ramp up the campaign for the beleaguered sheikh to receive urgently needed life-saving medical treatment. The protest is being jointly organised by IHRC, Inminds and AIM and will take place outside the Nigerian High Commission in London, UK starting at 9.30pm. New, more detailed medical examinations on the beleaguered sheikh revealed this week that the levels of lead toxicity in his body are much…

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Free Zakzaky Protest Holds In London

A Free Zakzaky protest was held today, Tuesday 9th June, 2019 in London to demand for the immediate release of Sheikh Zakzaky for medical attention. The protest was held at the Nigerian High Commission, 9 Northumberland Ave, Westminster, London WC2N 5BX with placard and banners depicting the purpose of the protest. Participants chanted slogans calling for the release of Sheikh Zakzaky. Watch the video here:

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Free Zakzaky Protest To Hold In London Tomorrow

A Free Zakzaky protest will be held tomorrow, Tuesday 9th June, 2019 in London to demand for the immediate release of Sheikh Zakzaky for medical attention. The protest is scheduled to hold at the Nigerian High Commission, 9 Northumberland Ave, Westminster, London WC2N 5BX by 4pm. A statement by the organizers, the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), indicate that the nearest tube station is Charing Cross, for all activists and sympathizers able to make it. Reflection-online will bring you details as it occurs.

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Sights And Sounds Of London Quds Day 2019

There was a huge turnout last Sunday in London on the occasion of the International Quds Day protest in support of the oppressed people of Palestine. Jews supporting Palestine in opposition to Israel joined the protest! An Israeli flag was burnt also. It was a great demo. We present to you sights and sounds of the protest.

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Protests greet Buhari On Arrival In London, Deluded Presidency Point Accusing Fingers At Others

Arrival of President Muhammadu Buhari in London was heralded by protests by groups of Nigerians resident in the UK, even as deluded Presidency point accusing fingers at political opponents affected by recent steps by the Buhari government, rather than embarking on a reality check. The protest took place at the Abuja House official residence of the Nigerian president in London. While a source in the presidency said those affected by Mr. Buhari’s anti-corruption crusade were jolted by his decision to seek re-election, “forcing them to push panic buttons including renting…

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IHRC urges High Commissioner in London to meet to discuss health of Sheikh Zakzaky

IHRC has written to the Nigerian High Commissioner in London asking for an urgent meeting to discuss the health of the ailing leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim el-Zakzaky. The sheikh suffered a stroke earlier this month aggravating an already poor state of health and prompting supporters to ask that he be freed from detention to receive medical treatment. Last week IHRC wrote again to the Nigerian President Obasanjo Buhari asking him to intervene to secure Sheikh Zakzaky’s release. To date no reply has been forthcoming. In…

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Summary of activities that Globally marked Second Anniversary of Zaria Massacre

The global Free Zakzaky team, in coordination with Universal Justice Network, and other bodies and activists organised worldwide protests, rallies and Twitter storm to mark second anniversary of the Zaria massacre and illegal detention of Sheikh Zakzaky and IMN members. Campaigners from around the world, including Nigeria, Niger, UK, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Switzerland, Indonesia, and Iran joined the campaign to demand justice for those detained and killed in the Zaria Massacre two years ago, during 12-14 December 2015. We bring to you a summary of events and activities that were held…

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