Updated on 10 July 2019
Human rights activists and supporters of the illegally detained leader of the Islamic
Movement of Nigeria are to hold a protest in London today (10 July) demanding his
immediate evacuation from Nigeria in order to receive life-saving medical treatment.
When: Tuesday, 09 July from 4pm – 6pm
Where: Nigeria High Commission London, 9 Northumberland Ave, Westminster, London WC2N 5BX.
Nearest tube station: Charing Cross
Disrupted modes of transportation
Increases in traffic, especially near protest sites
Roads blocked by participants with little to no notice
Protests which have the possibility of turning violent, especially after dark
Clashes between security forces and participants
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