NIGERIA: MARCH TO BERLIN 2020
#EndSARS #RestructureNigeriaNow - Protests and Resolutions
PRESS RELEASE #01
Berlin (Germany), 22 Nov. 2020.
On 10th December, 2020, (INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DAY), Nigerians from all across Germany, under the
auspices of a broad coalition of progressive Nigerian Organisations in the country, will converge in Berlin to register their protest in very strong terms to the Nigeria Government through her Embassy in Berlin and expose the decadence of the Nigeria State. Furthermore, Nigerians in Germany will air their grievances against the poor service, unprofessional conduct and corrupt practices of the Nigerian missions in Berlin and Frankfurt, as exemplified by the Sex-For-Passport-Scandal currently rocking the Nigerian Embassy.
The march begins with a rally at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, where a Delegation will
present resolutions and demands to the Nigerian President via his Ambassador to the Federal Republic of
The march continues to the Office of the German Federal Chancellor (Bundeskanzleramt).
Berlin’s infamous history as the venue, in 1884/5, of the arbitrary and forced creation of modern Africa’s
foundational geopolitical units makes it a magnet for the airing of all Africans’ grievances and accusations about the consequences of these volatile and Weak African States today and Germany’s role in colonial continuity.
#AfricaIsBleeding: Burkina Faso, Cameroun, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Guinea, Libya, Mali, Nigeria, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia, Uganda, Zimbabwe, to name but a few.
Rally at the Nigerian Embassy
Time: 10am – 12noon
Location: Nigerian Embassy, Neue Jakobstraße 4, 10179 Berlin
Rally at the Office of the German Federal Chancellor (Bundeskanzleramt)
Time: 2pm – 6pm
Location: Bundeskanzleramt, Willy-Brandt-Straße 1, 10557 Berlin
All Corona rules will be observed!
We would be grateful if you and your media house could cover the event before, during and after the MarchTo-Berlin. Your physical presence would also be highly appreciated, and we are available for questions and interviews.
For objectives and demands of the March-To-Berlin as well as the historical background on Nigeria and the
current debates on the national question, please see attachment.
Tel: 0157-70771048 / 0173-1652099
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