More People Slam Nigerian Army Over Abuja Massacre

More and more people are condemning the Nigerian army for the unwarranted attacks on members of the Islamic Movement who were on their religious procession in Abuja last week, leading to the death of 50 unarmed citizens. One of such was by Chief Dan Nwanyanwu, who described silence on this army massacre as criminal.

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The Military Went Away With Majority Of Their Victims

In a desperate attempt at hiding the exact number of victims of their savage actions today, the Nigerian army retrieved majority of those they shot dead and took them to an undisclosed location. The army brutally clamped down on unarmed men, women and children who were exercising their rights to practice the faith of their choice through the conduct of the Arbaeen symbolic trek, a key religious observance of the Shi’ah faith. As a result, the exact number of those killed or maimed remains unclear. “We have four corpses with…

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 #ArbaeenTrekNigeria 🇳🇬 2018  To Commence Today In Kano

This year’s religious duty of #ArbaeenTrekNigeria 🇳🇬 2018 will be kicking off from Kano later today. This was announced by Dr. Dauda Nalado of Bayero University, Kano while addressing the press earlier yesterday in Kano. Dr. Nalado, who lost his undergraduate daughter to the police brutal attacks last year during the #ArbaeenTrekNigeria 🇳🇬 2017, said that there will be no going back on the symbolic trek. Find below the full text of the press briefing: PRESS RELEASE Ladies and gentlemen of the press, ARBAEEN SYMBOLIC TREK IS OUR RELIGIOUS DUTY:…

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Loading: #ArbaeenTrekNigeria 🇳🇬 2018

Preparations are in top gear for this year’s religious duty of #ArbaeenTrekNigeria 🇳🇬 2018 expected to commence in thw next few days from the various zones. The trek, usually carried out to climax on the fortieth day since the brutal murder of Imam Hussein (AS) on the plains of Karbala some fourteen hundred years ago, is made as a reenactment of the pains and tribulations the members of the family of the Prophet (S) were made to face. Previous treks in the last two years have been met with extreme…

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