“Assassination Of My Father Is Almost Done!” A Scary Account By Sheikh Zakzaky’s Only Surviving Son

A very frightening account of how the Buhari’s government is determined to see through the gradual assassination of the leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky was given by his only surviving son, Muhammad, in a press conference in Abuja this weekend. “… an assassination in progress and it is almost done. And the assassins are clearly determined to see it through” The scary account went this way: “This Saturday the 6th of July 2019, I met with my father and my mother. As has already been stated to…

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Free Zakzaky Takes Case To National Assembly Yet Again

Not for the first time, the momentous Free Zakzaky Campaign Train today Thursday called at the gates of the National Assembly forcing a delegation to address the thousands that were part of the peaceful protest. They were received by a delegation of the national Assembly led by Alhassan Ado Doguwa representing Doguwa/Tudun Wada Federal Constituency of Kano State. Ado Doguwa and other members listened to the grievances of the Islamic Movement and were even reportedly said to have shed tears on hearing about the plight of Sheikh Zakzaky and his…

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An Impressive Free Zakzaky Procession In The Heart Of Abuja

A very impressive Free Zakzaky procession was yet again held today Wednesday July 3rd 2019, in the major streets of the heart of Abuja, the nations capital. This is one of the series of incessant street actions calling for the immediate release of the ailing leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife. The Sheikh was recently found to have been poisoned while still in the detention of the Department of State Security (DSS). This has spurred a renewed call for his immediate release to…

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PRESS STATEMENT: We Dissociate Ourselves From And Strongly Condemn Plots To Use Violence In Our Name In Abuja And Elsewhere

The attention of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has been drawn to certain posts being circulated on social media platforms that from Monday, 01/07/2019, Abuja will witness violent Free Zakzaky mass protests. We hereby categorically and unequivocally dissociate ourselves from such unfounded and baseless threats of violence in pursuance of our demand for the immediate freedom of our revered Leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, his wife Malama Zeenah Ibrahim and indeed all those the government is still detaining in relations to the infamous Zaria massacre of December, 2015. We have previously…

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Netanyahu Stayed Away From Nigeria’s Democracy Day celebration

The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has wisened up and stayed away from Nigeria’s Democracy Day celebrations today in Abuja, the nation’s capital contrary to initial plans to grace the occasion. Nigerian government had extended an invitation to Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to attend the Democracy Day celebrations on June 12, which according to Israeli ambassador to Nigeria, Israel would also want President Buhari to visit in return. However, after this year’s International Quds Day celebration, massively marked in over sixty towns and villages in Nigeria, including an unprecedented…

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Tens Of Thousands Throng Abuja To Mark Sheikh Zakzaky 68th Birthday With Renewed Demand For His Release

Tens of thousands of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and their supporters and sympathizers today thronged Abuja to mark the 68th birthday of the leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, whose birthday was marked at the weekend, with a renewal of the unequivocal call for his immediate release. The ailing Sheikh and his wife remain unjustifiably in detention since December 2015 after the Nigerian Army attacked their residence killing more than a thousand people including three of his sons despite an Abuja Federal High court judgement…

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Tears As Shiites Honour 998 Fallen ‘Martyrs’ In Abuja

Tears flowed freely on Monday as hundreds of members of Islamic Movement of Nigeria ( IMN ) popularly known as ‘Shiites’ gathered in Abuja to honour their fallen heroes and martyrs killed by security operatives across the country. The event which took place at 7 Uption Garden Garki, Abuja was marked in a sober reflection and emotions with portrait photographs of the deceased on display which includes children. The Chairman of Shuhada Foundation, Sheikh Abdulhameed Bello who addressed a large crowd of supporters of Sheik Ibraheem El-Zakzaky during the annual…

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Islamic Movement Marks Annual Martyrs’ Day In Grand Style In Abuja

A mammoth crowd today graced the 28th annual Martyrs’ Day celebration of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria in Abuja to honour their departed heroes. The occasion, which was the second in succession being marked in Abuja, was followed by a huge free Zakzaky protest in the heart of the Capital city. In his speech at the close of the event, the Head of the Martyrs Foundation (Shuhada Foundation) Sheikh Abdulhamid Bello, said that inevitably, blood will triumph over bullets. In attendance were very many scholars of the Islamic Movement including…

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Islamic Movement Marks 28th Annual Martyrs’ Day In Abuja

Activities to mark this year’s Annual Martyrs’ Day (Shuhada Day) of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have been announced by the Shuhada Foundation. The epic event is scheduled to hold in Abuja on Monday the 1st April, 2019 equivalent to 25th Rajab, 1440 of the Islamic calendar. This year will be the 28th successive time to be so marked by the Movement. A statement signed by Sheikh Abdulhamid Bello, the head of the Foundation, called on members of the Movement to come out end masse to peacefully honour their Martyrs…

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Washington Post Analyzes Buhari’s Campaigns Using Religious Repression

Why is Nigeria cracking down on peaceful religious protests? The Nigerian government appears to be taking a hard line on religious opposition — though not against the usual suspects. Even as the Boko Haram insurgencypersists in the north, peaceful demonstrations by the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) sparked a recent round of state repression. In late October, protests in and around the capital left at least 45 IMN members dead and more than another 100 wounded after Nigerian security forces used automatic weapons to disperse the crowds. Government officials claim…

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