A High Commission official struggles.
Gathering in Parliament Square.
Waiting to march.
BBC (Hausa) Propaganda.
Nigerians are not Terrorists.
Arriving at Downing Street.
At the Nigerian High Commission.
The missing President.
Have you seen this man?
The act of proscription has caused severe problems in the country and provides further evidence that the United States is now actively engaged in utilising fundamentalists worldwide to provide an environment to further its tactical and strategic reach globally.
Despite Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab being known to so-called US intelligence services, and despite his family alerting US authorities to the danger, he is allowed to board a flight to Detroit in the United States and continues until the point he attempts to ignite an explosive device onboard.
As a result, the US moves to proscribe Nigeria as a terrorist state placing severe burdens on the Nigerian people, already suffering chronic hardship through nepotism and corruption throughout its political system.
The campaigners march from Parliament Square, along Whitehall and on towards the Nigerian High Commission a short distance away.
There, they force a high ranking official to appear from inside the High Commission to attempt to calm them. He largely fails and has to be protected from the assembled crowd.
London, January 15th 2010.