Flashback: Interview With The Eldest Of Sheikh Zakzaky’s Brothers (Translated)

In this flashback, we reproduce an interview held with Sheikh Abdulkadir Yaqoub Ali, the eldest of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky’s brothers, conducted by Haruna Shelleng and Aliyu Saleh of ALMIZAN Newspaper, held on Tuesday, 26/04/2016 (four months after the Zaria massacre) at his residence in Zaria. Sheikh Abdulkadir expressed his deep concern over the massacre by the army, which resulted in the extrajudicial killing of many people, including his seven children and one sibling. This interview, as transcribed by Aliyu Saleh and translated by our Editor, is being reproduced in view…

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Legal Luminary, Falana Speaks On Sheikh Zakzaky, Islamic Movement, Continued Protests, Other Issues

The foremost human rights lawyer and counsel to the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife, Femi Falana, a Senior Advocate in Nigeria (SAN) has again spoken on the continued Detention of in contempt of court judgement and the recent refusal of the Kaduna High Court to grant the ailing duo bail. He also spoke on a wide range of issues bothering on the Islamic Movement and their protests. Watch here: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2510495488991020&id=100000917809603

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Nigerian Challenges Worsened Under Buhari Administration – AA Yola

Nigeria is celebrating 58 years of existence and following are the thoughts of Abdulrahman Abubakar, one of the chief disciples of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) on issues bordering about Nigeria and her continued existence as a nation, in an exclusive interview with O’star Eze. He is of the view that Nigeria is being controlled by a small group of elites who pay allegiance to the colonialists and that Ndigbo deserve more honour than they receive in the country Nigeria’s independence anniversary celebration is supposed to invoke special feelings amongst the…

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We ‘ll continue our struggles to free Zakzaky — Ibrahim Musa

The President of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Ibrahim Musa, in an interview with the Blueprint Newspaper, has affirmed the strong resolve of the Movement to continue the campaign to free Sheikh Zakzaky. Full text of the interview follows: Last Monday, there was stampede in Abuja when police dispersed members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), otherwise known as the Shiite Islamic sect, from protesting at the Unity Fountain. During the clash, tear gas and bullets were freely fired and in the end, 115 people…

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