Islamic Movement Completes Plans To Mark This Year’s International Quds Day

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has completed plans to mark the World in marking the International Quds Day which is scheduled to be held on the last Friday of the month of Ramadan, which corresponds with 8th June, 2018. This year’s event is coming up at a time when Palestinians are facing catastrophic suffering from the Zionist entity. The day will be marked by the Islamic Movement in Abuja and all towns and villages across the country in ways never before seen. Details of the event’s program will be communicated…

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May 28th Has Been Declared National Day Of Mourning, Activities Planned Across The Country

Various activities have been planned to mark the first National Day of Mourning and Remembrance across the country to mourn the victims of violent killings across Nigeria. Activities earmarked for the day include collective mourning at Unity Fountains Abuja and some selected locations across the states, organizing humanitarian convoys to select places to impact victims in internally displaced persons camps and solemn rallies in places. The hallmark of the day is a minute silent meditation at 12 noon Nigerian time, in honour of the victims of violent killings in Nigeria.…

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Zakzaky Is A Prisoner Of Faith – Former Buhari Right-hand Man

A former President Buhari right-hand man, Buba Galadima has described Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky as a prisoner of faith. He was speaking in a television program “Focus Nigeria:Matters Arising” on AIT on the question of political detainees and the flagrant disrespect to the rule of law by his former political ally. Commenting the detention of high profile detainees against court orders, Buba Galadima said, El-Zakzaky is being detained “for not practising the kind of Islam that those in authority…want.” This, according to him, is contrary to constitutional provisions that guarantee freedom…

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US’ report on human rights violations

The United States government recently released a report on the spate of human rights abuses under the Muhammadu Buhari-led administration. In its Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2017, the US Department of State linked the prevalence of rights violations in the country to the reluctance of the administration to properly investigate allegations of abuses, especially by members of the armed forces and top officials, and to prosecute those indicted. According to the report, “Impunity remained widespread at all levels of government. The government did not adequately investigate or…

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