Nigerians protesters demand the release of Shi’ite leader

More than 200 members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) and Pro-Democracy group, Concerned Nigerians, protested in Abuja on Wednesday to demand the release of their leader Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky Watch Video Report Concerned Nigerians said in a statement on Tuesday (January 16) the group would begin daily “sit-outs” on Wednesday to protest alleged killings of members of IMN and demand Zakzaky’s release. Convener, Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju said they are asking the government to do what is right. What is happening to the Shia leader and the members…

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Mammoth crowd storms Unity Fountain to demand El-Zakzaky’s release

– Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria protest against the prolonged detention of their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky – Convener of the Concerned Nigerians, Deji Adeyanju demand an end to the extrajudicial killings and harassment of members of IMN members – Charly Boy called for an end to the intimidation and harassment of many Nigerians by the present administration There is tight security at the Unity Fountain following a daily sit-out by a group, Concerned Nigerians. Hundreds in the crowd usually members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) are…

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CSOs Demand Release Of El-Zakzaky

Some civil society organizations have thrown their weight behind the shites movement to demand for the release of their leader, El-Zakzaky. The organizations who gathered at the popular unity fountain for a two day sit-out say their support became necessary following constant attacks on the shite movement by men of the Nigerian armed forces A member of the shite group who spoke with AIT said they would continue to protest until their leader is released Recently the members of the shites movement were dispersed by men of the Nigerian police…

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Daily Free Zakzaky Sit out In Abuja Enters Second Day

The daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out embarked by a coalition of groups in Abuja enters the second day. Like the first day, the event was attended by hundreds of activists, groups, media outfits, diplomats and members of the Movement. Encircling a very big Nigerian flag, Green-White-Green with an emboldened inscription of #FreeZakzaky in the white part written in red, activists again delivered stimulating and inspirational speeches and slogans to the enthused audience. There were also the usual different banners and posters on display with different inscriptions. It was a great…

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