Free Zakzaky Protest Planned For South Africa

A free Zakzaky protest has been planned on 10th February, 2018 at the Nigerian Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa between 9:00am to 2:00pm. It was planned to protest the continued illegal detention of Sheikh Zakzaky by the tyrannical Nigerian regime. We intend to cover the protest for you. If you happen to be in South Africa during the event, it will be appreciated if you keep a date with them. Advertisements

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Stars On Their Shoulders; Blood On Their Hands

War Crimes Committed By The Nigerian Military An exposé by Amnesty International In the course of security operations against Boko Haram in north-east Nigeria, Nigerian military forces have extrajudicially executed more than 1,200 people; they have arbitrarily arrested at least 20,0001 people, mostly young men and boys; and have committed countless acts of torture. Hundreds, if not thousands, of Nigerians have become victims of enforced disappearance; and at least 7,000 people have died in military detention as a result of starvation, extreme overcrowding and denial of medical assistance. Amnesty International…

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Fundamental Rights of Zakzaky Disciples: FHC Sokoto Decides Tomorrow

The Federal High Court in Sokoto will tomorrow Wednesday 31st January, 2018 decide on the case instituted by the members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) seeking the enforcement of their fundamental rights. Among case the issues for determination at the Federal High Court, Sokoto are whether the actions of the Sokoto state government and six others violated the constitutional provisions and the African charter on Human and People’s rights when they inflicted excruciating pains on members of the Movement through the unlawful acts of the respondents. Other things…

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Sheikhs Zango, Abdulhamid Grace Sit Out As Children Decorate The Scene

Today’s Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out campaign by a conglomeration of groups led by Concerned Nigerians at the Unity Fountain in Abuja was decorated by a free Zakzaky procession by school children, mainly in their school uniforms, whose procession came to meet the sit out at the venue. The Children, who were mostly between seven and thirteen years, marched from the Federal High Court area into the Unity Fountain, chanting “Free our leader,” “Free our parents” and “Buhari obey court order” among other slogans. They also carried a large banner…

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