Islamic Movt Raises Alarm: Govt Plans False Flag Operation To Smear Us

Islamic Movement in Nigeria has raised fresh alarm that security agents have concluded plots to carry out series of false flag attacks in order to smear the Movement. This was made public by the President, Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Malam Ibrahim Musa, in a press statement. Malam Ibrahim said, “We want the world to however note that our event tomorrow is a peaceful solemn mourning procession that would not harm anybody and it is a religious duty to us.” Read below the full text of the…

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We condemn fresh Police clampdown order on Islamic Movement

The Inspector General of Police (IGP) has issued a nationwide order to all State Police Commands and Zonal Headquarters dated August 30, 2019 for the immediate arrest of members and leaders of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and the demolition of their structures across the states. The IGP based this curtailing of our religious rights on alleged violent protests on July 22 that led to the death of Deputy Commissioner of Police, Umar Usman and a youth corps member, Precious Owolabi and on the assertion that the Islamic Movement has…

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Abuja Natives Group Faults Colleagues On Allegations Against IMN Members

A group of concerned Natives of Abuja has come out to fault the allegations made by one Comrade Yunusa Yusuf published in the Daily Trust newspaper of August 21, 2019 accusing members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria of assault. Reacting to a newspaper report, allegedly from Abuja Natives accusing IMN supporters of assault in the Guzape area of the Federal Capital Territory, the concerned natives and indigenes described the allegation as unfounded and unwarranted, having carried out a thorough investigation of the accusations. In a press statement issued by…

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Sheikh Zakzaky Didn’t Seek Asylum In India, Govt Attempted To Assassinate Him Says Islamic Movement In Nigeria

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has described a recent statement credited to the federal government that its leader Sheikh Zakzaky had wanted to seek asylum in India before his repatriation as part of a campaign of calumny by the government to cover its own gross misconduct in a foreign land. This was made known in a press statement issued to newsmen today by Ibrahim Musa, president Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. The Islamic Movement further accused the federal government of mischievously going beyond its role of supervision…

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Sheikh Zakzaky Didn’t Refuse Treatment In India

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has debunked claims by the government of Nigeria that the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria was returned to the country from India, where he went for treatment because he refused medical care. In a statement made available to the press this noon, the President of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement, Malam Ibrahim Musa, said the federal government had ulterior motive as it colluded with Indian security and medical officials to maltreat the Sheikh and attempted to forcibly change doctors for the…

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Sheikh Zakzaky Returning Home Following Attempts By Nigerian And Indian Security To Impose Medical Treatment

Following lack of breakthrough in the impasse that ensued in the treatment in New Delhi of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, it is now confirmed that the Sheikh is on his way back to Abuja, Nigeria. The impasse was sequel to refusal of the Sheikh to succumb to imposition of Medical treatment by the Nigerian security forces in collaboration with their Indian colleagues. In a video message sent through his office, the Sheikh said it was decided that they will be taken to the airport to be flown back to Nigeria. He…

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PRESS STATEMENT:We Are temporarily suspending Our Street Protests

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria do hereby announce to the general public and the international community that it has temporarily suspended its Free Zakzaky street protests to allow for some new openings into the resolution of the problems, especially the court case instituted by our lawyers on the proscription order made by the federal government this week. It has taken this step in good faith out of respect for some eminent people and groups, whose input in the resolution of the problems appears genuine and we sincerely hope an amicable…

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urgent News Release From Islamic Movt

It has come to the notice of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria that there was a secret security meeting held at the behest of Kaduna state government, wherein they planned to cause mayhem on Monday 29/07/2019 ostensibly to prevent the Kaduna state high court from sitting to determine the bail application of Sheikh Zakzaky. The sad thing is that this unruly behaviour is to be done in our name. According to this diabolic plot, some security agencies will draft their men to Kaduna in the early hours of Monday, dressed…

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Proscription Order: We Are Studying The Situation Says Islamic Movt in Nigeria

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has issued a press statement saying that it is carefully studying the purported order by a federal high court in Abuja that the Islamic Movement be declared a terrorist group and be proscribed, and is in consultations with its Lawyers. The statement was made known to newsmen today by Ibrahim Musa, the President Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. He said although the Movement is yet to receive the copy of the order, our scholars and the lawyers are already studying the development,…

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Three Additional Deaths In Police Custody – Islamic Movt

Reports reaching the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have confirmed the death in custody of 3 more detainees, who were shot during Free Zakzaky protest in Abuja earlier this week. The two were among those held in SARS custody at their headquarters, Abuja since Monday 22/07/19 without access to medical care. This brings to five the number detainees who died in custody since the mass arrest after the free Zakzaky protest. There appears to be fear that more could die in custody because there are not fewer than 15 others in…

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