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Civil society group reportedly leads Protest on Monday, marched outside the United Kingdom’s Embassy in Abuja to express their displeasure over the $9 billion arbitral awards against Nigeria by a UK court.
At the UK Embassy, Etuk Williams, the president of the group, and Secretary-General, Abubakar Ibrahim, who was spotted carrying various placards, described the award as a travesty of justice, and disrespect to the sovereignty of the Nigerian government.
Inscriptions on the some of the spotted placards read: “international conspirators are against Nigeria”, “Boris Johnson, Call British Court to order,” and “Award will Ruin Nigeria.”
After an hour, the protesters handed the letter to an official before moving to the Irish Embassy at Maitama to continue the protest.