Sisters’ Forum Of The Islamic Movt Renew Call For Freedom For Sheikh Zakzaky

Members of the Sisters Forum of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) on Monday renewed their call on Federal Government to respect the court order by releasing the leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenatuddeen Ibraheem from detention detention. This was contained in a passionate address by one of the prominent members of the forum, Malama Jummai Korofi while addressing journalists in Kaduna to mark three years of the Zaria massacre during which over a thousand members of the Movement were brutally killed by the Army…

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Free Zakzaky Processions Sweep Across Towns In Northern Nigeria

Hundreds of thousands of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria across all major towns in Nigeria participated in the free Zakzaky Campaign and Processions carried out on Saturday. In Kaduna, members of the Islamic Movement took hold of the ever busy main road that goes across the town known as Ahmadu Bello Way to unequivocally demand for the immediate and unconditional release of Sheikh Zakzaky. The story was the same in Zaria and several other major towns across the country. In Kano, like in many other cities within the…

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Sheikh Zakzaky’s Unconditional Release Order: Clearing Misconceptions

As we commemorate the 2nd Anniversary of the remarkable judgment delivered on 2nd December, 2016, it is pertinent to clear some misconceptions about the historic Judgment given in favour of the oppressed Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife by the Federal High Court, Abuja presided over by Hon. Justice Gabriel O. Kolawole on 2nd December, 2016 due to the fact that most people, including journalists, public affairs commentators, writers and even some of the members of the Islamic Movement sometimes get confused about the actual orders given by the Court on…

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Kaduna Takes Turn In The Third Year Zaria Massacre Anniversary Seminar Series

There was a huge turnout yesterday in Kaduna as the third year anniversary of the Zaria massacre seminar series took place at the Fuciyyah School, Kaduna. Like the previous meetings in Yola, Jalingo and other places, the seminar has as its theme: “Prospects, Problems & Progress of the Free Zakzaky Campaign Three Years On.” It was anchored by Malam Muhammad Awwal and had in attendance the Chairman of the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee, Sheikh Abdulrahaman Yola and many other members of the Campaign Committee including Dr. Shuaibu. Others who graced…

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Deji Crowned “Hero Of Freedom” In Abuja As Others Get Cards Of Recognition

Prince Adeyanju Deji was today in Abuja crowned by the Islamic Movement in Nigeria as the Hero of Freedom and Prince of Justice. Others who were honoured at the event organised by the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee include Ms Ndi Kato, Barrister Femi Falana SAN, Prof Chidi Odinkalu and Cardinal John Onaiyekan. The colourful event was attended by rights activists, journalists and members of the Islamic Movement from far and wide across the country. Describing Adeyanju Deji in the brief citation, Dr Shuaibu said Deji is a fearless and brave…

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Islamic Movt Set To Decorate Deji, Others Tomorrow In Abuja

Arrangements have been concluded for the Award ceremony to confer on Prince Deji Adeyanju the prestigious medal of Hero of Freedom tomorrow in Abuja by the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. The ceremony is organized by the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee on behalf of the Islamic Movement and comes up in the morning at Wuse, Abuja. There would also be other presentations to notable persons who are also key contributors to the free Zakzaky Campaign in various ways such as Barrister Femi Falana SAN, Prof Chidi Odinkalu, Ms Ndi Kato among…

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Zaria Massacre 3rd Year Anniversary: Islamic Movement Kick Starts Regional Review Seminars

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria today kick started regional seminar series in Yola in commemoration of the third anniversary of the December 2015 Zaria massacre by the Nigerian government. The Seminar has as its theme: “Prospects, Problems & Progress of the Free Zakzaky Campaign Three Years On”. Organized by the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee, the Seminar drew Speakers and participants from Yola and environs including zonal representatives of the Campaign Committee and other members of the Movement. The Seminar appraised the campaign to free Sheikh Zakzaky and the gains and…

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A Huge Free Zakzaky Protest Holds In The Heart Of Zaria

Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria today came out to show they are very much alive in Kaduna state with a very huge Free Zakzaky procession, which occurred in the very heart of Zaria this afternoon. This is contrary to what Governor Elrufai said recently that he had banished them to Abuja for their protests. Similarly, a momentous Free Zakzaky procession was held yesterday in Kaduna to buttress a very strong presence in the state.

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Renewed Free Zakzaky Protests In Gusau, Kaduna, Abuja

Thousands of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria again took to the streets of Gusau, Kaduna and Abuja yesterday, Thursday 27th December 2018 in a renewed call for the immediate and unconditional release of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, being held for the past three years now against court judgement. In Kaduna, the protest kicked off in the late afternoon and was conducted at the ever busy Nnamdi Azikiwe, Western bypass for several hours without an incidence. It was a direct response to…

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Nigerian Police Attempts To Disrupt Peaceful Free Zakzaky Procession In Kaduna

The Nigerian police today attempted to scuttle the third anniversary free Zakzaky procession that held in the heart of Kaduna metropolis. The procession, which was attended by hundreds of members of the Movement, was attacked by the police towards the end of the procession with shooting of tear gas indiscriminately into crowds that watched the peaceful procession in admiration. There was no reported injuries or arrest following this latest show of shame by the Kaduna state police command. The procession ended as peacefully as it was started.

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