Elrufai Is An Intolerant Psychopath With Homicidal Impulses – Kperogi, Others

The Kaduna state governor, Nasiru Elrufai has been described as an intolerant Psychopath with Homicidal Impulses. Making this assertions were a rabid writer, Dr Farooq Kperogi in his usual column, Notes From Atlanta last Friday, while reacting to Elrufai’s infamous “body bags” comment. Elrufai was quoted as saying anyone who comes from other countries to “intervene” in Nigeria during the forthcoming election will be sent back in “body bags.” He was speaking at a live National television program earlier in the week. Find below the full text of the write…

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Who Is Investigating The Mass Graves Found In Kaduna?

Mass graves were reported found in Kaduna, location of the recent military action against the Islamic Movement. On February 6th “activists” found a mass burial ground at Mando Kaduna cemetery along the Birnin Gwari road near Hajj camp, that had been ploughed by caterpillars. They said it contained some of the bodies of movement victims that had been killed by what has been regarded as an overhanded military “honour killing” reaction. When mass graves are found, it is a humanitarian alarm and trigger for immediate investigation. But frankly, who will…

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Elrufa’i Tempering With Evidence, Digs Another Mass Grave At Mando Site

It has come to the notice of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria that the Governor of Kaduna state, Nasiru Elrufa’i, has on Monday, 22/10/18 ordered for the mass burial of a large number of people presumably killed during the recent mayhem at Kasuwan Magani, Kaduna at the Mando site of an earlier mass grave he buried at least 347 members of the Islamic Movement. We unequivocally condemn this clear attempt at tempering with evidence by the Kaduna state government desperately out trying to obliterate this invaluable crime scene perpetrated by…

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FG Jitters Before ICC Over Zakzaky, Seeks Concessions

The Federal Government has become very jittery over the tremendous progress that has been made by the ICC in the issue of the Zaria massacre and the continued detention without charges of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. The Buhari government is particularly worried that the International Criminal Court is unrelenting in pursuing the case and seven others against Nigeria. The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubabakar Malami (SAN) on Thursday shivered while playing host to the newly elected President of…

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AGF Malami To Be Drilled At ICC Over Zaria Genocide, Zakzaky

The newly elected President of the International Criminal Court, ICC, Nigerian-Born Chile Eboe-Osuji is scheduled to meet with Nigeria’s Attorney General/Minister of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami Over Sheik Ibrahim Zakzaky, leader of Islamic Movement of Nigeria. The president will be meeting with Nigerian Attorney-General over Sheik Ibrahim Zakzaky who has been arbitrarily detained by the Nigerian Government for over 2 years against a valid court that says he should be released and rehabilitated. You would recall that the Nigerian Army had on December 12th 2015 launched a coordinated attack against…

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President Buhari: In The Footpath Of Charles Taylor

President Muhammadu Buhari, on his second day in Lagos, was joined on a tour of the affluent Eko Atlantic City by British model, actor and singer, Naomi Campbell, who claimed she was invited by the President, despite denials by the presidency. Naomi Campbell and President Buhari saw the Eko Atlantic City together before the president left for Abuja, in a similar fashion the celebrity saw Charles Taylor before later testifying against the warlord at The ICC. Naomi Campbell had met with Charles Taylor, shook his hands like she did that…

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ICC Cautioned Against Blaming Victims In Nigeria Massacre Investigation

The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has written a strongly worded letter to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague seeking clarification for comments in a recent report that seem to apportion blame for a 2015 massacre of over 1000 innocent people on the victims. In its Report on Preliminary Examination Activities 2017 the ICC states in reference to the attack by armed forces on supporters of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria: “It is alleged that members of the IMN armed with batons, knives, and machetes stopped the convoy…

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Shedding Light On Nigeria’s Dark Corner: The Plight Of Sheikh Zakzaky

A team of international experts shed light on Nigeria’s dark corner by giving a broader understanding of the plight of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his Movement:

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Human Rights Watch Describes Events of “Unjustified” Zaria Pogrom

The Events at Zaria Witnesses who were at the Hussainniyah mosque and religious center said that dozens of soldiers took up position at the mosque at around midday on December 12, 2015, at least an hour before the army chief of staff was due to pass by. Video footage shot by sect members and posted on YouTube appears to show soldiers calmly taking up positions around the mosque before the shootings began. Multiple witnesses interviewed separately by Human Rights Watch at different locations in Kaduna and Zaria, on December 17…

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Communication To The ICC Prosecutor: The Attack Against The Islamic Movement In Nigeria, December 2015

Executive Summary The Nigerian army carried out massive attacks over the course of 12 and 13 December 2015 which targeted the Islamic Movement of Nigeria in Zaria. The operation resulted in the deaths of at least 1000 unarmed civilians, mostly IMN members, killed by gunshots attributed to soldiers. Hundreds more were injured. There were reports that the military blocked access to medical care for the injured and shot at and killed wounded persons. Witnesses and victims reported signs of widespread force and cruelty with allegations of looting, arson, mutilation, mass…

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