The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has described a recent statement credited to the federal government that its leader, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky had wanted to seek asylum in India before his repatriation, as part of a campaign of calumny by the government to cover its own gross misconduct in a foreign land.
Shi’ites leader in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky has arrived New Delhi, Indian capital, for medical treatment.He was received by a medical team who conveyed him on a wheelchair to the hospital.
Ibrahim El-Zakzaky .
Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN, Sheikh Ibrahim El-zakzaky has arrived Abuja.He was moved from Kaduna with his wife Zeenat, where they had been in protective custody.
A human rights activist and lawyer, Femi Falana, on Wednesday, criticised the Kaduna State government over the stringent conditions it issued with regards to the permission granted by the court to Sheikh Ibrahim El-zakzaky and his wife, Zeenat, to embark on medical trip abroad.
Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) have again demanded the release of their leader, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky.
The Missionary Couple, Pastor Enoch Iburene and his better half, Pastor Lovina Iburene, are of The Truth Ministry of Christ Bringing The Truth that set believers free.
A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the Department of State Services to release the leader of the outlawed Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, within 45 days.In his judgment, Justice Gabriel Kolawole, ordered the Federal Government to provide an accommodation for El-Zakzaky, his wife and family members within Kaduna State or any part of the northern region.
At least eight people have been confirmed dead and many others injured following a clash between members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) also known as Shiites, and the Police in Kano city.
The Presidency on Tuesday said President Muhammadu Buhari was studying the report of the judiciary inquiry into the clashes that occurred in December last year in Kaduna State between soldiers and members of the Shiite movement in Nigeria led by Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky in which over 300 people were killed.
The Kaduna State Commission of Inquiry into the December 2015 clashes between the members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria and the Nigerian Army has recommended the identification and prosecution of the soldiers who participated in the killings of the members of the Islamic sect.