Free Zakzaky Protest Goes Global As The World Stands For Sheikh Zakzaky

There has been a growing global free Zakzaky protests around the world calling for the immediate release of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria whose deteriorating health situation in detention has been on the downward trend. From Australia to the United States there have been protest marches, sit-in, rallies, special prayer sessions and other forms of protest. Rallies and protests have swept through Turkey, Pakistan, India, Iran, Lebanon and Iraq. Other places that witnessed some form of free Zakzaky protest include Canada, Switzerland, Brazil, Indonesia and Malaysia. There…

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Twitter Storm For Free Zakzaky

A phenomenal global Free Zakzaky social media campaign is planned to take the Twitter by the storm from tomorrow Saturday, 13th July, 2019. Activists are expected to note the timings in their region as indicated. The hash tags to trend is #FreeZakzakyForTreatment and #FreeZakzaky

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Washington Joins The Free Zakzaky Train, Sit-in Planned From Tomorrow

Free Zakzaky protests have been organised in the American capital, Washington DC tomorrow demanding the immediate release of Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife whose health situation has taken a downward turn for the worse. The protest will involve a Sit-in at the Nigerian Embassy starting tomorrow Saturday 13th July, 2019 between 10:00 am and 2:00pm local time. The same Sit-in will continue on Monday between 9:00am and 5:00 pm. The Nigerian embassy is located at 3519 International CT NW, Washington DC, 20008. Should you find yourself in the States, we…

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Two Victims Martyred By Police Brutality In Kaduna Laid To Rest

Two victims of Nigerian Police brutality who were martyred yesterday Friday, 11th July 2019 in Kaduna during peaceful free Zakzaky protest have been laid to rest. The two martyrs, Abubakar Aliyu Badiko and Nasir Ahmad Marabar Jos received their last funeral rites at a solemn ceremony in Kaduna. While Abubakar was buried in Badiko area of Kaduna metropolis, The funeral session was led by the head of the Martyrs Foundation, Sheikh Abdulhamid Bello. Others in attendance included the head of the Kaduna members, Sheikh Aliyu Tirmidhi, and several hundred members…

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Video: IMN Members Intensify Prayers For Sheikh Zakzaky

Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have intensified prayers for the immediate freedom of the leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and for his quick recovery, in addition to the nationwide street protests, diplomatic and legal actions. Watch a special prayer session here:

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Surviving Sister Who Lost Husband, Six Children During The Zaria Genocide Honoured

A Nigerian lady, Muallima Zainab Isa, whose husband and six children were martyred the same night during the infamous Zaria genocide, was among seven ladies worldwide chosen for honouring. The honour was conferred on her, along with six other women at an international symposium on the World Heroines that held at the Imam Ali Arridha (AS) sacred place in Mashad, Iran last Monday. Among those honoured is Rukhsan Keti, from Myanmar, who only recently converted to Islam but has already been able to translate the prayer masterpiece book Saheefah Sajjadiyyah.…

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Kaduna High Court Fixes July 18 To Hear Motion For Zakzaky’s Bail On Medical Grounds

Thursday July 18th, 2019 has been fixed by the Kaduna State High Court to hear the motion for bail on health grounds filed by the defense lawyers of the ailing leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife. The health situation of the duo have continued to deteriorate in detention, particularly that of the Sheikh, who is reportedly said to have suffered yet another mild stroke in addition to the very high toxic levels of heavy metals including lead. Last year in January, the Sheikh…

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Prof Sagay Adds Voice To Free Zakzaky Campaign

The Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN), has frowned at the continued detention of the leader of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, by the Department of State Security (DSS). The ailing Sheikh is being held by the DSS despite being reportedly very ill, with recurrent partial strokes and lead poisoning. His detention had already being declared unconstitutional and a breech of his fundamental rights by a federal high court in Abuja. But rather than release him as ordered by that…

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Minors Among The Arrested In Abuja

Reports reaching us indicate that some minors and underaged are among those the Nigerian police are holding as among those arrested following the free Zakzaky procession this morning in Abuja. While the infant is separated from his mother and is being held behind counter, another was shamelessly being interrogated by a group of four police officers. The police have vehemently refused to grant bail.

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