Re-Charge El-Zakzaky to court

There is need to correct the wrong impression doing the rounds that there was a clash in Zaria between the Nigerian Army and the Shi’ites, an idea also adopted by the Daily Trust newspaper referring to it as “a bloody clash” in its editorial with the above mentioned heading published on 25th September 2016. There was no such thing as Army-Shiites clash in Zaria on the 12th to 14th December 2015. What actually took place was a coordinated attack on the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) and its leadership by the Nigerian Army.

More Pictures of Free Shaikh Zakzaky Protest in FCT Abuja

During free Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky protest in Abuja on Thursday the 22nd of Sept 2016, the protesters were tear gassed by Security forces living many injured, however, the protesters reached National Human Commission and delivered a brief lecture demanding for the release of Shaikh Zakzaky his wife and his followers.

SET SHEIKH ZAKZAKY FREE!

It is well over 9 months since the unjustified incarceration of the Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria by the present administration to the consternation of peace loving citizens of our great country Nigeria. It all started when a contingent of the Nigerian Army on the orders of General Y.T. Buratai descended upon unarmed citizens in Zaria using all the armory at its disposal, killing 1000+ and maiming several hundreds in a two day carnage spree in December, 2015.

VIDEO: How the Nigerian Police attack #FreeSheikhZakzaky peaceful protest today in Abuja with teargas and arrested some of the peaceful protesters

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 How the Nigerian Police attack  #FreeSheikhZakzaky peaceful protest today in Abuja with teargas and arrested some of the peaceful protesters  

Efforts of the Nigerian Government to withdrive the peaceful #FreeSheikhZakzaky Protest in Abuja today have failed woefully

Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria under the leadership of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) have staged a peaceful protest in Abuja on Thursday 22nd September 2016 to demand for the immediate and unconditional unconditional release of the leader of the movement Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H), his wife and other detained members of the movement who have been detained illegally since December 2015. Several attempts have been made by the Nigerian Government to make the peaceful protest unsuccessful through its security operatives.

Nigeria: Peaceful Procession in Support of Detained IMN Leader Ambushed by Military

IHRC is demanding that the Nigerian authorities immediately release hundreds of people it has detained as they made their way to the capital, Abuja to take part in a demonstration against the continued detention of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, his wife and over 200 IMN supporters, all held since December 2015.

Tens of thousands of supporters of the sheikh took part in the procession in the capital today but countless others were stopped by armed forces at the entrance of the capital as they arrived in buses.

Nigerian Police arrested 5 IMN members today

Officers of the Nigerian Police Force have arrested 5 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (3 sisters and 2 brothers) and took them to an unknown destination on Thursday 22nd September 2016 in the morning, on their entrance to Abuja to attend the peaceful protest organised by the members of the movement to demand for the immediate and unconditional release of the leader of the movement Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H), wife and other detained members of the movement. Among the arrested members are; Sister A'isha Al-Amin (Najmah), Sister Ruqayya M. Salis and Sister Khadeeja Muhammad.

BREAKING: Nigerian Police attack the peaceful #FreeSheikhZakzaky Protest in Abuja

Men of the Nigerian Police Force have attack and fired teargas on the peaceful members of the Islamic Movement demanding for the immediate and unconditional release of the leader of Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) on Thursday 22nd September 2016. They also arrested some of< the peaceful protesters and took them to an unknown places in the city of Abuja. /p>

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