CONCERNED NIGERIANS IN CANADA TAKES PROTEST TO OTTAWA
The Representatives of Concerned Nigerians in Canada Group in Toronto Canada deemed important to take their protest against security challenges in Nigeria to Canada Seat of Power in Ottawa.
A communique was delivered to the
The Right Honorable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada
Office of the Prime Minister
Ms. Joan Broughton, representative of United Nations Association Ottawa, Canada &
Mr. Mohammed Ismaila,
MINISTER COUNSELLOR\HEAD OF CHANCERY (MOVEMENT/DEPORTATION, PROTOCOL DESK), The Nigeria High Commission, Ottawa Canada.
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Among their sense of despondency include corruption, insecurity, bad governance and economic hardships, judging the effects of privation on the general citizenry in the country. They entreat president Buhari to desist from ostrich policy on sensitive matters and adopt stern measures to restrict seamless growth of dreadful malfeasance of impunity in Nigeria - that he promised change and it begins with him.
The leaders of the group include Olujimi Adekanle (JAF) CONVENER & Mathew Adekunle (MOA) CO-CONVENER
Find below the acknowledged protest letter presented to the Government of Canada.