80-Year-Old Holds Free Zakzaky Poster Around Buhari’s Daura Streets As He Joins Procession

This year’s Ashura procession in Daura, the hometown of President Buhari, was uniquely enlightened with the participation of elderly men, including an 80-year-old Malam Sani Liman Dattijo, who held high a free-Zakzaky poster as they traversed the nook and crannies of the town. Malam Sani, who identified himself as a member of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and a very strong supporter of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, said he decided to join the procession to add his voice to the Free Zakzaky campaign. He said that Buhari is only oppressing Sheikh…

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Flashback: Islamic Movt Releases Some Faces of Victims of Enforced Disappearances

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has again published an e-photo album of the faces of some victims of Enforced Disappearances since that heinous Zaria genocide of December 2015 by the Buhari government. Many of these people are believed to be held in secret underground cells and detention centres across the country, but some might have been part of those who were hurriedly secretly buried in a mass shallow grave in Mando in the outskirt of Kaduna and elsewhere. As the ICC Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda said, “the crime of enforced disappearance…

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Video: Watch How Members Of The Islamic Movt Held Ashura Procession In Zaria

Thousands of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria resident in Zaria took to the streets of the ancient town to mark this year’s Ashura, a religious rite in commemoration of the brutal killing of Imam Hussein (AS). The procession was largely peaceful in its entirety, except that the Zaria Area Command of the Police force, arrived the venue at the conclusion of the procession and opened fire on the dispersing mourners, injuring dozens of people. This video is being brought for people to see how police attack an entirely…

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Abba Kyari, Not Buhari, Approved It, Islamic Movt Faults Proscription

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has seriously faulted its proscription on the basis that the law was even never followed as it was not approved by the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd). Justice Nkeonye Maha of the Federal High Court in Abuja issued the proscription against the Islamic Movement on July 26, 2019,  relying on a memo by the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, claiming to have conveyed the presidential approval for the proscription application to the National Security Adviser, Babagana Mogunno. The legal team of…

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Murderous Nigeria Police Strike Again, Injure 15 During Religious Procession At Misau

More than 15 people, including small children and women were injured in Misau, Bauchi state when murderous Nigerian police attacked a religious procession marking the auspicious birthday of Sayyeda Fatima (SA), the daughter of the Prophet (S). The procession held peacefully in more than 50 cities & towns of Nigeria. FreeZakzaky

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Trial Of Sheikh Zakzaky: Court Sets Date For Commencement 2 Years After Being Charged

The much talked about trial of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife is set to commence almost two years after both were charged to a Kaduna High Court. At the last sitting of the court, February 24 and 25 were set aside for the ailing duo to appear and take a plea, officially signifying the commencement of the trial, contrary to widely held views that the trial was ongoing, and that judgment was about to be delivered. Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife…

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Book On Zaria Massacre Sends Chills Down Nigerian Govt’s Spine – See Why

Nigerian authorities have been quite jittery since the news of the publication of the book on Zaria Massacre on the World stage entitled: “DECEMBER 2015 MASSACRE OF SHIITES IN NIGERIA: SURVIVORS ACCOUNTS”. The reason for this unease is that the book contains testimonies by survivors of the heinous war crimes by the Nigerian authorities against unarmed civilian citizens, who are a minority religious community, members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. The book vitally adds to the body of evidence that the International Criminal Court at The Hague, which announced…

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Book Review: DECEMBER 2015 MASSACRE OF SHIITES IN NIGERIA – Survivors Accounts By Ibrahim Musa

December 12th to 14th, 2015 will pass in the annals of Nigerian history as one of the darkest weekends, when a unit of the Nigerian Army was sent to exterminate the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, its structures and leadership. By the time the operation was over in the early morning hours of December the 14th, over a thousand unarmed civilians were killed with some burned in the most gruesome manner. This is not new to most of those following the news from Nigeria for the past four years, mostly due…

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Free Zakzaky Protest Reaps Through The Heart Of Kaduna, As Police Open Fire In Abuja

Thousands of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria last afternoon took to the streets of city center, Kaduna to protest the continued illegal detention of Sheikh Zakzaky and the irresponsible comments by the Kaduna state governor, Nasiru El-Rufai, that the ailing Sheikh will never be released as long as he (El-Rufai) remains the governor. The procession, comprising men, women and young children audaciously went through the ever-busy Ahmadu Bello way in Kaduna up to the Leventis roundabout, before going tangentially off, adjacent to the Sheikh Abubakar Gumi market area.…

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Elrufai’s Warped Talk On Sheikh Zakzaky can’t Distract From imminent Course Of Justice

Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have told President Muhammadu Buhari and Kaduna State governor, Nasir El-Rufai, to watch their backs as the day of reckoning was nearer than they ever thought. This was disclosed in a statement released by the President of the Media Forum of the Movement, Malam Ibrahim Musa, while responding to comments credited to the Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-rufai, that so long as he remains governor, Sheikh Zakzaky would not be free. The statement further said that rather than the Kaduna State governor to…

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