Hero’s Burial For Imrana, One Of Two Martyrs Of Kaduna In His Ringim Countryside

Martyr Imrana Ringim, one of at least two people shot dead by the police in Kaduna while peacefully engaged in free Zakzaky procession yesterday, received a hero’s burial in his native home of Ringim. After a ritual prayers led by the head of the Martyrs Foundation, Sheikh Abdulhamid Bello, a royal parade in honour of the Martyr was carried out before being gloriously escorted to his final resting place. It was a glorious exit never before seen in Ringim. Advertisements

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IHRC Condemns Police Killings Of Peaceful Pro-Zakzaky Protestors

Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) strongly condemns the killings by armed police yesterday of two protestors in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna. The dead were among thousands who had turned out to protest against the ongoing detention of the leader of the country’s Islamic Movement, Sheikh Zakzaky. It was the second day in succession that armed police had opened fire with live ammunition on peaceful pro-Zakzaky protestors. On Wednesday at least three people were wounded, one of them critically in another protest. The Islamic Movement has issued a statement…

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Police, Thugs Plan House-To-House Attacks On Members Of The Islamic Movement In Kaduna

Reports reaching us indicate that the Police, in an unholy alliance with thugs called Civilian JTF, have planned a house-to-house attacks on certain targeted members of the Islamic Movement living in Kaduna from today. This was part of the evil plots secretly done by the evil axis in an attempt at exterminating the Islamic Movement in the state. According to our sources, the police had assured the thugs of state backing and cover. “Nothing will happen to you,” they were told. The source further said the police told the thugs…

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Fundamental Rights Case: FHC Kaduna Adjourns For The Umpteenth Time, As Police Demonstrated Abuses

Yesterday Thursday the 21st of June, 2018 will remain a landmark day in the history of subterfuge and rights abuses in Kaduna, as the Federal High Court in Kaduna for the umpteenth time adjourned sitting in the case brought before it seeking the enforcement of the fundamental rights of members of the Islamic Movement over technical issues, even as the police demonstrated worst practices in rights abuses. The case had dragged on for over six months without definite hearing of the substantive suit on its merit, as counsels to the…

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