“I’m Not Afraid of ICC” – Gen Buratai Dares World Court

“Do not be afraid of ICC war crime charges,” the Nigerian Chief of Army Staff. Lt Gen. Tukur Yusuf Buratai was quoted as telling Nigerian soldiers in an apparent response to comments credited to the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda. The ICC Prosecutor had on Thursday said her office is paying a close eye on developments in Nigeria, following the attacks on #EndSARS protesters in Lekki, which has drawn international condemnation. “My office has been closely following the events around the current protests in Nigeria and the reaction of Nigeria’s…

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The Injustice Against El-Zakzaky and the Shiites – By Abdulaziz Abdulaziz

“The most painful thing for me is the culture of silence around this. Yes, Shiites are in the minority and the most unpopular of Muslim populations in northern Nigeria. But is that enough reason for them to be hunted down in this manner? Does anybody think this is okay and normal and nothing will hunt us down the road?” Assume that they indeed blocked the road that the chief of army staff was about passing through and heckled the senior army officers in his motorcade. This was said to be…

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Edochie’s ignominious role in Fatal Arrogance indefensible

Our attention has been drawn to a-12-minute video clip by the Nollywood actor, Pete Edochie on his Facebook page, as he laboured to explain his role in the Nigerian army sponsored film, “Fatal Arrogance.” We find his explanations inexplicable, his reasons flawed and his excuses unimpressive, irrational, and at best absurd. Firstly, any serious artist worth the name must, first of all, undertake some kind of serious research to get the facts of any script brought to him right. This must be done through intense reading of the literature and…

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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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Zaria Massacre: Survivor Narates Ordeal To BBC

Nigerian government massacred over 1000 of Shekih Zakzaky’s followers in Zaria in 2015. More than 150 were killed in 2018. More were killed in 2019. Hundreds have disappeared since Dec. 2015. Jummai Karofi has not seen her three children since a government crackdown on the Shia organisation she’s a part of; the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN). Jummai talked to BBC. “Not knowing is worse than actually seeing the dead body of your own,” she said.

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Zaria Genocide Memorial: Disturbing Video Clip Of Buhari’s Crimes Against Humanity

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has continued to commemorate the Zaria Genocide, which took place between December 12 and 14, 2015, during which the Nigerian Army killed over a thousand innocent citizens on the direct orders of President Buhari, and attempted to conceal their crime, secretly burying corpses at night at far away Mando in the outskirts of Kaduna, almost 100km away from the crime scene in mass graves. To further divert attention from the gravity of their heinous crimes, they resorted to blaming the victims. It is noteworthy that…

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Zaria Genocide Memorial: How Beastly Nigerian Soldiers Stole From Their Dead Victims

The lowest point in the gruesome extra-judicial killing of innocent, unarmed members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria by the Nigerian Army was when pictures of soldiers stooping to pickpockets of their dead victims emerged. The Nigerian Army had killed over a thousand members of the IMN between December 12th and 14th, 2015 in Zaria. After the shooting spree, soldiers were captured in pictures searching and stealing from the corpses. Items they apparently stole from their dead victims included money, rings, wristwatches, necklaces, and other ornamental items. Thereafter, they threw…

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Zaria Genocide Memorial: Timeline Of A Massacre 1

The need to carefully document the sequence of events during the heinous Zaria Genocide cannot be overemphasized for the sake of justice (whenever it comes up) and for posterity. Therefore, we will serially bring this pictorially under the heading: “Zaria Genocide Memorial: Timeline Of A Massacre”. Timeline12

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Genocide Memorial: Four Years Of Buhari Crimes Against Humanity

Today  12th December 2019 marks exactly four years since the start of the genocide and crimes against humanity committed by the Buhari Junta. As part of the Genocide Memorial, let us examine more closely a number of these criminal offences witnessed in Zaria in one of the darkest weekends ever seen in the history of Nigeria. 1. Mass extrajudicial killings: On that fateful weekend, the Nigerian Army started the killing spree at about 12:00 noon on Saturday, 12th December. As they shot without provocation, they also dragged the corpses along…

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