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ZARIA MASSACRE CAN’T BE WASHED AWAY

Two months ago, precisely on Saturday 12 December, 2015, the Nigerian army carried out what can best be described as a massacre against unarmed civilians of the Islamic movement in Zaria Kaduna state. The horrendous nature of the atrocity carried out by the army is known to all and sundry, however it can be summed up by the fact that it is unprecedented in recent history, for nowhere around the globe has a regular army wiped out 1000+ civilians within 48 hours. Not only that, hundreds are in detention including the leader of the Islamic movement Sheikh Ibraheem Yaqoub Zakzaky.

NIGERIA MUST STOP KILLING ITS CITIZENS FOR SPORT

An AP investigation into wanton extra-judicial killings continuing to define the Nigerian military mission in the northeast, reminds of a deadly reality under either a psychologically compromised, worn-out military or an insensitive, tactically slaughterous one. Whether by traumatic stress or by leadership policy, the results are the same and the mortiferous violations have now spread far out of the northeast, across the entire nation.

Sumayya Isa Hassan: Glowing tribute to a Heroine

By Muhammad Baqir Gashua

Sumayya Isa Hassan born in around October 1990, she did her schools in Jos and Zaria,and student of Biochemistry in ABU Zaria until the The Zaria massacre, she is missing since 13th of December 2015, she was last seen in the residence of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky Gyellesu Sumayya is working with imnig.org the official website of Islamic Movement in Nigeria, she is mostly the one responsible for uploading the audio of any relevant programme conducted among other things, before the Zaria Massacre.

WE DISOWN A VIDEO CLIP RIDICULING NSCIA

This week a video clip authored by unknown persons has gone viral in the social media, wherein aspersions were cast on the person of Professor Dahiru Yahya on his recent visit to Sheikh Ibraheem Yaqoub Zakzaky where he is being held incommunicado together with his wife since the military’s attack on his residence last month.

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