Death Of Former Egyptian President In Court Sparks Unease Among IMN Members

The sudden and unexpected news of the former first democratically elected Egyptian President, Mohammed Morsi, who was reportedly said to have slumped and died in court has been causing considerable unease and agitation among members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, whose ailing leader and his wife are standing trial at a Kaduna High Court for framed up charges. Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife have been unjustifiably detained by the Department of State Security (DSS) since middle of December of 2015 when the Nigerian Army spent the most of…

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Martyrs’ Foundation Pays Condolence Visit To Kaduna, Sympathize With Survivors Of State-sponsored Violence

Members of the Martyrs’ Foundation of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria headed by Sheikh Abdulhameed Bello, during the weekend, visited victims and survivors of previous weeks’ police and military brutality during free Zakzaky processions in Kaduna. Accompanied by other members of the Foundation including Prof. Abdullahi Danladi and Sheikh Aliyu Tirmizy of Kaduna, the delegation first paid condolence visit to the relations of the late victim, Shaheed Hussein, who was killed by the police during this year’s International Quds Day procession some weeks earlier in Kaduna. The delegation also visited…

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Kaduna Defies Rain, Threats To March For Free Zakzaky

Members of the Islamic Movement in Kaduna, this evening defied the heavy downpour and threats of police and military brutality to march on the major streets demanding for an immediate release of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. In the recent past, peaceful processions like this in Kaduna for demanding the release of Sheikh Zakzaky had been attacked by either the police or the army resulting in deaths and injuries. However, it has never served as a deterrent in any way, and the government has never ever been able to break the will…

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Netanyahu Stayed Away From Nigeria’s Democracy Day celebration

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has wisened up and stayed away from Nigeria’s Democracy Day celebrations today in Abuja, the nation’s capital contrary to initial plans to grace the occasion. Nigerian government had extended an invitation to Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to attend the Democracy Day celebrations on June 12, which according to Israeli ambassador to Nigeria, Israel would also want President Buhari to visit in return. However, after this year’s International Quds Day celebration, massively marked in over sixty towns and villages in Nigeria, including an unprecedented…

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Sheikh Zakzaky Advises The Incoming Government Of Buhari

The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has issued pieces of advice to the incoming government of President Muhammadu Buhari, particularly with regards to the security situation in the country. Sheikh Zakzaky said, “it is time you reorganized and re-orient the Nigerian military.” This is because at the moment, “Nigerian army takes the citizens as its enemies,” the Sheikh observed. This call came in June 2015, when General Muhammadu Buhari was taking over from Goodluck Ebele Jonathan as President. The Sheikh’s prophetic warning was not however heeded as barely…

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Islamic Movement Sends Deepest Sympathies To Hizbullah Secretary On Passing Away Of His Sister

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has sent condolence message to the Hizbullah Secretary, Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah, over the death last week of his sister, Zakiyyah Abdulkarim Nasarallah in Beirut. In the message, the Islamic Movement, on behalf of the leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky expressed our sincere sympathy to Sayyid Nasrallah and his family, saying that “the leader and the entire members of the Movement are deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family encountered” and prayed that Allah should give her eternal rest and the family the strength…

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Flashback: Sheikh Zakzaky’s Only Surviving Son Petitions NBA Against Former AGF Malami

The only surviving son of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Muhammad Ibrahim Zakzaky, petitioned the Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee and the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), urging them to uphold punitive measures against the immediate past Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Malami Abubakar, SAN for what he described as the “gross misconduct” displayed by the former Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of justice, Malami Abubakar SAN for failing in his duties to enforce the judgment of the Federal High Court, Abuja that ordered…

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Axis Of Evil: The Obnoxious Link Between Senator Ahmed Lawan, Elrufai, Ganduje, Sanusi And PMB (2)

In continuation of the above-titled piece, we will focus on Senator Ahmed Lawan and the pivotal role he played in the Zaria genocide, and why the Buhari government deems it right to reward him with Senate Presidency. His importance to the Buhari government is such that he has been anointed by the maximum tyrant himself, by the party hierarchy and above all, by the cabal. The fable about fighting against corruption by Buhari was even sacrificed when a corruption-laden rival was forgiven so he could withdraw his candidature to enable…

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BREAKING: Justice Garba Gets Reward For His Part In Zaria Genocide, Replaces Bulkachuwa At Presidential Election Petition Tribunal

There is no doubt that we are in the season of settlements of blind loyalties even against one’s calling and conscience, as the former Chairman of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry (JCI), Justice M.L. Garba, gets rewarded for his role in the charade he presided following the heinous Zaria genocide of December 2015. He has been carefully chosen to replace the president of the Court of Appeal, Zainab Bulkachuwa, at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal. When the Kaduna state government constituted the Judicial Commission consisting of persons known to be…

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Axis Of Evil: The Obnoxious Link Between Senator Ahmed Lawan, Elrufai, Ganduje, Sanusi And PMB (1)

These ignominious men all have one thing in common, and that is their various roles in the heinous Zaria genocide of December, 2015. By the time these series of write-ups are completed, perhaps Senator Ahmed Lawan would have been rewarded for his role in the genocide and both Ganduje and SLS would have been reconciled by Buhari at the instance of Elrufai. But how just do they relate? That will be clear by the time this piece is completed. On December 12, 2015 the Nigerian Army launched an unprecedented series…

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