Islamic Movement Set To Mark International Women’s Day With Fun And Funfair

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria, in conjunction with other women’s groups is set to mount a formidable International Women’s Day celebration on 8th March, 2018 in Abuja. This year, the International Women’s Day coincides with the birthday of Sayyedah Fatima (SA), the daughter of the Prophet (SAW) regarded as the most appropriate day to mark as a day for women, being the leader of women of all time. Consequently, the Sisters of the Movement will host other women groups in her honour and as a means of projecting Sayyedah Fatima…

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Odinkalu, Ndi Kato Decorate Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out With Their Presence On Day 40

Today’s Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out at the Unity Fountain, Abuja was full of excitement, as some of the important dignitaries earlier promised to attend, graced the event with their presence and motivating speeches on day 40 of the event. First was activist Ndi Kato, who in her speech said that justice is a universal language which every person must stand for, for his own good. According to her, allowing injustice on others is what brings about lack of law and order in the society. “If one watches as others…

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Defence In Case Against Members Of Islamic Movt Opens Tomorrow At Kaduna High Court

The defence lawyers will tomorrow open its case in defence of members of the Islamic Movement arrested during Zaria massacre and charged before the Kaduna State High Court presided by Justice Nyoms, for culpable homicide among other charges. At the last sitting of the court in the case, the prosecution had closed its case, having presented close to over seventy witnesses, mostly police officers whose main action was taking statements from the accused and also some military officers who were at the scene of the Zaria massacre. A number of…

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Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out To Host Dignitaries, Events This Week

A host of activities and events have been earmarked for the Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out being conducted by the coalition of groups led by the Concerned Nigerians this week. Scheduled for the week are visit and talks by prominent human rights activists such as Prof Odinkalu, Ndi Kato , Femi Falana and a host of others. Also to be conducted within the week are solidarity visit to Amnesty International, the submission of a petition to the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and a Blood Donation campaign. The convener of the…

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