All Is Set For The Planned Free Zakzaky Protest In South Africa

All is set for the scheduled free Zakzaky protest to hold at the Nigerian Embassy in Pretoria, South Africa between 9:00am to 2:00pm tomorrow 10th February, 2018. It was planned to protest the continued illegal detention of Sheikh Zakzaky by the tyrannical Nigerian regime. If you happen to be in South Africa during the event, it will be appreciated if you keep a date with them. We will be covering the protest for you.

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Invidious, Unobtrusive acts of intolerance by Majority Sunni Muslims Escalated This Crisis – Hon Justice Kolawole

Invidious unobtrusive acts of intolerance by majority Muslims who follow the Sunni school of thought against the minority Muslims who follow the Shiah school of thought has been identified as an important factor escalating the current crisis leading to the continued detention of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and the continued incessant persecution of its members. This assertion was made by Honourable Justice Gabriel Kolawole of the Federal High Court, Abuja while delivering judgement in the case for the enforcement of the fundamental rights of Sheikh Zakzaky…

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Daily Sit Out Extends To Justice Ministry

For the second time since the commencement of the Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out at the Unity Fountain in Abuja by the coalition of groups led by the Concerned Nigerians some 22 days ago, the event extended beyond the venue. This time around, it transformed into a free Zakzaky procession that went to the Federal Ministry of Justice to deliver a list of complaints and demands to the Federal Attorney General (AGF). In an orderly manner, the protest march left the unity fountain and proceeded to the Justice Ministry, with…

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Shiites Vs El-Rufai Case On Proscription: Case Adjourned At Instance Of DSS, Kaduna Govt

A Federal High Court sitting in Kaduna has adjourned hearing on the case of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (a.k.a Shitties) against the Kaduna State government contesting the government’s ban of the body in the state to March 22, 2018. Presiding Judge, Justice A. Shuiabu said the adjournment became necessary to enable counsels to the state government and the Directorate of State Security (DSS) prepare their final affidavit. Counsel to IMN, Barrister A. U Ajodo stated that the counsels to the government and DSS submitted their response to the case…

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Fundamental Rights: FHC Kaduna Adjourns Sitting

The Federal High Court in Kaduna has adjourned sitting in the case of the enforcement of the fundamental rights of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria to 22nd March, 2018 for hearing. At the resumed sitting today, the trial judge frowned at the absence of the seventh and eighth defendants to the case even when it was clear they have been clearly served. “They can’t drag the case back,” he said. “If they like let them not make an appearance. I will continue the case and give my judgement.”…

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FG is responsible for the death of Sheikh Qaseem Umar

As a leading figure in the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Qaseem Umar is laid to rest in his home, Sokoto today 07/02/18, we unequivocally announce to the world that the federal government must bear full responsibility for his death since he was shot by its agents while peacefully protesting the illegal detention of Sheikh Zakzaky – the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. Plain cloth policemen acting on a tip off, identified and shot him at close range in Abuja, breaking his right thigh. He was taken to a private…

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Sea Of Heads, Ocean Of Tears As Sheikh Qaseem Is Laid To Rest

Sokoto town received an unprecedented number of persons and witnessed what can best be described as an ocean of tears today in an otherwise dry town, as a leading member of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria killed by agents of security apparatus was laid to rest in his home town. The death of Sheikh Qaseem Umar Sokoto, who was shot by Nigerian Police while peacefully protesting against the illegal detention of Sheikh Zakzaky – the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria had shaken everybody, members and nonmembers alike. Sheikh…

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Fundamental Rights Case: Date Fixed For Hearing In Abuja

The Federal High Court in Abuja has fixed Wednesday 14th February 2018 as the date for hearing in the case for the enforcement of the Fundamental rights of members of the Islamic Movement in the Federal capital, Abuja. The Inspector General of Police (IGP), the Abuja Commissioner of Police and the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) were dragged to the Federal High Court over the incessant violations of the fundamental rights of members of the Islamic Movement in the FCT. The action followed the brutal attacks of the past…

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Kaduna State Govt Appeals Against Judgement Setting Members of Movement Free

The Kaduna state government has appealed against the judgement of the State High Court that discharged and acquitted members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria in relation to the December 2015 peaceful free Zakzaky procession in Kaduna. Earlier, the state high court presided by Justice Esther Lolo absolved all the accused of all the five-count charges brought against them. In upholding the no case submission, Justice Lolo ruled in favor of the 10 members of the Islamic Movement who were arraigned before her in 2016 for the alleged offences of…

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It was Martyrs’ Day At The Unity Fountain Daily Sit Out Today

Today’s Free Zakzaky Daily Sit Out that is ongoing at the Unity Fountain in Abuja was dedicated to the over a thousand martyrs killed during the Zaria massacre of December 2015 and the many hundreds further killed since then by police, army and a variety of their agents. Speaking at the place, one of the survivors, Malam Dalha Zaria, who was previously serially shot on several occasions, described how this time too he was shot on the chest at the Gyellesu residence of Sheikh Zakzaky by the rampaging soldiers. “As…

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