El-Rufai Begins Rehabilitation Of Ally In Crime, ex-Emir Sanusi

The Kaduna State governor, Nasiru El-Rufai has commenced the process of rehabilitating the former Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, with his appointment into the Kaduna Investment Promotion Agency (KADIPA) board within hours after he was removed as Emir of Kano. Both the governor and the ex-Emir are implicated in the heinous Zaria massacre that claimed the lives of over a thousand lives in a single weekend in 2015. While the killings and the subsequent attempts at hiding the extent of lives lost through secret mass burial were directly supervised…

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Police, Not Shi’ites Killed Journalist, Senator Abba Moro Petitions Senate

The Senate on today received a petition over the killing of a Journalist assigned to cover a protest in Abuja allegedly by men of the Nigeria Police Force. The petition, which was brought to the floor during the start of plenary by Senator Abba Moro (PDP – Benue South), was referred by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, to the Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions. The lawmaker, who came under a point of order, said the Journalist, Alex Ogbu, on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, was shot on the head…

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Uncouth Attacks On Islamic Movt Not Sufficient To Save Sanusi’s Crown This Time

Clearly the uncouth attacks on Shia Islam in general and the Islamic Movement in Nigeria in particular was this time not sufficient to save the just dethroned Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido from humiliation and abasement by those he tried to impress by attacking the Movement anytime he tries to save his reign on the hitherto vast Kano domain. His frequent gush of fury and vitriol against Shi’ah and the Islamic Movement and its leadership could not pacify Ganduje, as the Kano state governor dethroned him and smoked the palace…

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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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“We’re Heroes Of This Nation – You Seek To Kill, We Seek To Save Lives” Sheikh Zakzaky Declares

The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky has publicly declared the basic difference between Nigerian leaders and members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, when he observed that while Nigerian leaders always seek to kill people, members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria are always striving to save the souls of Nigerians. We are the heroes of this nation,” he declared. Sheikh Zakzaky challenged the leaders that if they want to show how good they are to the society, they should carry out services that will…

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Counsel Demands Compensation As Court Frees 91 IMN Members In Kaduna

Following the discharge and acquittal of 91 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) popularly known as Shiites by Justice Hajaratu Gwada of a Kaduna High Court on Friday,  their counsel, Barrister Maxwell Kyon has called on the Kaduna State Government to provide succour to those released by way of rehabilitating them. He gave the charge on Friday at a press briefing held at his chambers conference centre. “The government should engage with us and come out with a figure as compensation for those whose four years in detention…

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Islamic Movt Conclusively Floors KDSG In Court Again

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has today, Friday, 21/2/2020 again secured a favourable judgement in the case brought before the Kaduna State High Court against the last batch of its members detained since December 2015 following the heinous attacks by the Nigerian Army in Zaria. The court discharged and acquitted all the 100 remaining accused members and vindicated the Islamic Movement, thereby absolving both the leadership and membership of any blame in the events leading up to the Zaria massacre. This concludes the four-year legal battle, in which the Kaduna…

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Kaduna High Court Delivers Judgement Friday

This Friday, 21st February, 2020 —close to 2 years after about 100 members of the Islamic Movement similarly charged were discharged and acquitted and over 4 years since they were first detained — another 100 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria will know their fate as a Kaduna High Court is set to deliver judgement in the case brought against them following arrest after the heinous Zaria massacre orchestrated by the Nigerian army. They are standing trial for some sundry offences including culpable homicide punishable by death. The Kaduna…

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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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Media Forum Of Islamic Movt Wraps Up Workshop In Katsina

The 7th Annual Workshop of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has yesterday in Katsina ended with some words of admonition by Sheikh Yakubu Yahaya Katsina. The 3-day workshop was attended by members of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria as well as seasoned writers and columnists from different parts of the country. Topics covered during the workshop include maximizing the use of social media for social struggle, with a hands-on on Twitter and its use, Ethics of Journalism, Jurisprudence in relation to social…

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