Music Legend, Tuface Idibia alongside Mrs. Oby Ezekwilisi and members of Global Right and Civil Society groups led a group of Nigerians to mark the na
Music Legend, Tuface Idibia alongside Mrs. Oby Ezekwilisi and members of Global Right and Civil Society groups led a group of Nigerians to mark the national day of Mourning and Remembrance. The event was organized to protest the incessant killings of Nigerians across the country, in the continuous dwindling security situation.
The group took to the streets of Abuja, in a peaceful march to call on the government to find a lasting solution to the security crises. Many Nigerians took to social media to lend their voices to the cause.
— BudgIT Nigeria (@BudgITng) May 28, 2018
2baba Idibia @official2baba speaking at the National Day of Mourning, Unity Fountain Abuja “Anyhow e be we no go keep quiet, we must talk about it and hold our leaders accountable cos na emergency situation we Dey” #NigeriaMourns pic.twitter.com/wPI564Z3i2
— WRAPA Nigeria (@WRAPANG) May 28, 2018
— EiE Nigeria (@EiENigeria) May 28, 2018
#NationalDayOfMourning we remember & pay tribute to all victims of violent killings across 🇳🇬.
1000 killed in #ZariaMassacre
200+ IPOB killed
Innocent victims of SARS killings
2,200+ killed by Boko Haram in 3 yrs
1,500+ farmers killed by Herdsmen in 3 yrs..#NigeriaMourns 😓 pic.twitter.com/voR7vYPlT1
— Adetutu Balogun (@Tutsy22) May 28, 2018
The Dignity of Life Must be Protected! Nigerian Life Does Matter #NigeriaDayOfMorning #NigeriaMourns #OneDeathTooMany @obyezeks @2face @Globalrightsng @AngaiCK @ChidiOdinkalu @reclaimnaija @ojmagic @Omojuwa @DrJoeAbah @udoilo @EiENigeria @BudgITng @DCynthiaM @livingtruely pic.twitter.com/bpWSgeKIs6
— Reclaim Naija (@reclaimnaija) May 28, 2018
— #WomenAdvocates (@womenadvocate) May 28, 2018