Phenomenal Free Zakzaky Protests Reap Across Northern Nigerian Cities

Hundreds of thousands of members and sympathizers of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria today took to the streets of major Northern Nigerian towns and cities to protest the continued illegal detention of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, whom foreign medical experts recently said he still suffers significant health challenges and should be sent for further treatment abroad. The peaceful protest was conducted in virtually every northern state capital, including but not limited to Katsina, Sokoto, Kaduna, Kano, Bauchi, Gombe, Yola and Jalingo. In a paper signed by Sheikh Abdulhameed Bello and distributed…

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Vision FM Must Desist From Continued Hate Campaign Against The Islamic Movement In Nigeria

We have observed series of hate campaigns against the Islamic Movement in Nigeria being aired by an Abuja-based FM radio station, Vision FM, in collaboration with some FM radio stations in some selected states. This has gone on in the past week under the guise of airing a documentary by some so-called Shia scholars. The apparent sole purpose of the documentary is to label the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and its leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, as terrorists who are not true Muslims. Such mischievous hate campaigns are potentially inciting, capable…

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Don’t Create Violence In Our Name, Islamic Movement Warns Suspected Unscrupulous Armed Agents Spotted In Kaduna

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has received very credible reports that some unusual movements by certain unknown persons with dangerous weapons were sighted on Thursday, 07/02/2019 in some parts of Zaria, Kaduna state, especially around the Sabon gari area of the city. It has become very urgent to alert the general public in view of the series of leaked memos from DSS and the Presidency falsely alleging that the Islamic Movement was planning to cause violence prior to next weeks general elections. We wish to reiterate our already well known…

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Islamic Movt Condemns US Detention Of TV Journalist Sympathetic To Its Interest

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has in very clear terms condemned the arrest and detention of Marzieh Hashemi, a Press TV anchor person by FBI for no just reasons. In a statement signed by its Media Forum President, Malam Ibrahim Musa recently, the Movement said they find it appalling that Ms Marzieh, an American citizen would be arbitrarily arrested and maltreated in detention in the US without recourse to the rule of law. Malam Ibrahim Musa revealed that Ms Marzieh has very much assisted in the Free Zakzaky campaign especially…

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Kano CP Threatens To Kill Free Zakzaky Protesters

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has revealed that the Kano state Police Commissioner, Rabiu Yusuf has confided to some members of the Movement that he will not hesitate to use force on them whenever they come out on their peaceful Free Zakzaky protest in his area of jurisdiction. This was made known to newsmen in a press statement released by Ibrahim Musa, the President Media Forum of the Islamic Movement, on Thursday 27/12/18. The Movement believed that the Kano CP meant to kill the protesters, when he said he will…

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A new plot to cause mayhem in our name uncovered

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has uncovered a fresh plot hatched by the hawks in the security agencies in a desperate move to associate violence and terror to its name. According to this devilish plot, some people will be publicly displayed to the media and be accused of teaming up with armed bandits of Birnin Gwari in Kaduna state to stage a terror attack in the name of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. It is not surprising that security agencies will desperately go to any length in their attempts at…

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Islamic Movement Flays Yobe Police Commissioner Over Malicious Statement

The media early in the week reported the Yobe state Comissioner of Police alleging that the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, popularly called Shi’ites, plan to relocate its national headquarters to Potiskum in Yobe state. Sequel to this development the Islamic Movement has decried the statements accredited to him, describing it as outrageous lies. This is contained in a press statement issued by the President Media Forum of the Movement, Ibrahim Musa on Tuesday 13th November, 2018. Below is the press statement in full: *RE: Shi’ites Plan Moving National Headquarters To…

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Sheikh Zakzaky Deserves Freedom Not Lavish Feeding

Nigeria’s Information Minister, Lai Mohammed, has fraudulently claimed that the Buhari regime spends 3.5 million Naira monthly or N115,000 daily as feeding expenses on the illegally detained leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. He made the claim on Wednesday, the same day a Kaduna court denied the Sheikh bail in a video that has gone viral, while addressing some journalists. The Islamic Movement in Nigeria believes that this is part of the grand deception of this administration to present a “human face” after it brutally slaughtered…

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Nigeria: Still no Accountability For Human Rights Very – Amnesty

Despite overwhelming evidence of human rights violations, Nigerian authorities are fueling impunity across the country by failing to ensure accountability, said Amnesty International Nigeria today as Nigeria is being reviewed at the 31st session of the Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group. Amnesty International Nigeria also raises concerns about restrictions on the rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly and continued imposition of the death penalty. “It is clear that Nigeria is not making progress in terms of bringing human rights violators to justice. We…

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We refute any mischief by the Nigeria Police to link us with terrorism – Islamic Movt

Islamic Movement in Nigeria has strongly refuted the allegations of terrorism leveled against it by the Nigerian Police Force, following spates of brutal attacks by the Nigerian Army on its members that resulted in the death of over 20 over three days. It said it was a quick response from the Nigerian authorities to confuse the public by calling the victims of state terrorism as the assailants. Read the full report: Sequel to the recent brutal clampdown on members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria by a joint security force…

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