Kaduna High Court Delivers Judgement Friday

This Friday, 21st February, 2020 —close to 2 years after about 100 members of the Islamic Movement similarly charged were discharged and acquitted and over 4 years since they were first detained — another 100 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria will know their fate as a Kaduna High Court is set to deliver judgement in the case brought against them following arrest after the heinous Zaria massacre orchestrated by the Nigerian army. They are standing trial for some sundry offences including culpable homicide punishable by death. The Kaduna…

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Murderous Nigeria Police Strike Again, Injure 15 During Religious Procession At Misau

More than 15 people, including small children and women were injured in Misau, Bauchi state when murderous Nigerian police attacked a religious procession marking the auspicious birthday of Sayyeda Fatima (SA), the daughter of the Prophet (S). The procession held peacefully in more than 50 cities & towns of Nigeria. FreeZakzaky

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Media Forum Of Islamic Movt Wraps Up Workshop In Katsina

The 7th Annual Workshop of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has yesterday in Katsina ended with some words of admonition by Sheikh Yakubu Yahaya Katsina. The 3-day workshop was attended by members of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria as well as seasoned writers and columnists from different parts of the country. Topics covered during the workshop include maximizing the use of social media for social struggle, with a hands-on on Twitter and its use, Ethics of Journalism, Jurisprudence in relation to social…

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Media Forum Of Islamic Movt Wraps Up Workshop In Katsina

The 7th Annual Workshop of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has yesterday in Katsina ended with some words of admonition by Sheikh Yakubu Yahaya Katsina. The 3-day workshop was attended by members of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria as well as seasoned writers and columnists from different parts of the country. Topics covered during the workshop include maximizing the use of social media for social struggle, with a hands-on on Twitter and its use, Ethics of Journalism, Jurisprudence in relation to social…

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BREAKING: Autopsy Report Of Slain Journalist, Alex Ogbu, Proves Police Lied, Confirms Victim Was Killed By Bullet

The autopsy report conducted at the National Hospital, Abuja indicated ‘brain evisceration’ as a direct cause of death of Alex Ogbu, the slain journalist killed while covering protest by members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. Brain evisceration is an injury to the skull caused by a high-velocity bullet. The autopsy report conducted on the remains of slain journalist, Alex Ogbu, has shown that he was killed by a bullet, contrary to claims by police authorities that the victim died after hitting his head on a stone. The autopsy report…

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Youths Of The Islamic Movt Wrap Up Confab In Bauchi

Youth Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, today in Bauchi wrapped up its 27th Annual Conference. The conference, with the theme of “Building Ideal Youths In the Struggle And Strengthening Their resolve in The Pursuit of Islamic Movement Ideals”, was attended by hundreds of youths from different parts of the country.

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Sheikh Yakubu Yahaya Pays Prominent Sunni Scholar, Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi Visit

A prominent member of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Yakubu Yahaya Katsina, today paid a courtesy call on that prominent Sunni cleric, Sheikh Dahiru Usman Bauchi at his Bauchi residence. The visit was to cap this year’s Annual Conference of the Youth Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. Sheikh Yakubu Yahaya was the special guest who closed the conference with a speech. Sheikh Yakubu Yahya was warmly received by his host, Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi, who also prayed for the quick and safe return of the leader of the…

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It’s Gone Awry Between Nigerian Army And Gyellesu Community As Residents Feel Betrayed

Gyellesu community in Zaria Local Government Area of Kaduna State, and the Nigerian Army and four others slugged it out, Wednesday at a grade II High Court, over failed promises and seizure of farmland. The Chief of Army Staff, Yusuf Buratai; Commandant, Nigeria Military School, NMS, Zaria, Mohammed Muktar-Bunza; Minister of Defence, Bashir Magashi; and the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami are the second, third, fourth and fifth respondents in the suit. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the community resorted to legal…

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Soleimani’s Killing: Iranians, Iraqis And Americans Take To The Streets

There have been massive protests, understandably in Iran and Iraq as they process in honour of the martyred top Generals, but paradoxically in the United States too, where tens of thousands of Americans in over seventy locations came out to oppose their terrorist government. Thousands of people in dozens of cities across the United States on Saturday took to the streets to condemn the Trump administration’s “reckless acts of war” against Iran and demand that the U.S. withdraw its troops from the Middle East. From New York City to Chicago…

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‘Free El-Zakzaky To Affirm Buhari’s Pledge To Respect Rule Of Law’ — Falana Writes Malami

Femi Falana, a senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN), has again asked the federal government to release Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN). In a letter dated January 2 and addressed to Abubakar Malami, the attorney-general of the federation (AGF), Falana said he is making the request in line with the pledge of President Muhammadu Buhari to respect the rule of law. In his New Year message on Wednesday, the president promised that his government’s actions at all times would be governed by the rule of…

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