A diaspora group named Coalition of New Nigeria Diaspora Movement (CNNDM) is set to commence protests regarding the state of Nigeria.
In a post by one of the founders of the group, Jackson Ude, on X (formerly known as Twitter), the group said; “Since the announcement of the planned Reclaim Nigeria Diaspora Protests, we have received thousands of messages and phone calls from patriotic Nigerians all over the world who have expressed support and willingness to join the movement. These messages have further emboldened us to move on. We are more determined in the quest to save Nigeria from the gang of criminals who have taken over our country. The planned 30days worldwide peaceful protests will take place before the end of November 2023. Coordinators from the different countries would be announced soon by Comrade Timi Frank who is the Director of Contact and Mobilization.”
“For the purpose of a well coordinated activities, Coordinators have been picked from Two Central European countries of Germany and Switzerland, Two Eastern European countries of Romania and Bulgaria, Two Balkans, Turkey and Greece, Two North African countries of Tunisia and Algeria, Two Southern African countries of South Africa and Namibia, Two West African countries of Nigeria and Cote D’Ivoire, Two Eastern African countries of Kenya and Rwanda, Two Asian countries of China and Japan. The Coordinators from those countries would supervise the protest activities of the countries within their region.
The U.K, Netherlands and France would have one Coordinator each. The Coordinators would create their leadership structure for effective management of the protests. Stay tuned for more details as we continue to work out the modalities,” Jackson Ude further said.
The group has Comrade Timi Frank, a former Spokesperson of the APC, as co-founder.