Free Zakzaky: Rally continues in Kano, Nigeria for the Release of Sheikh Zakzaky

The rally demanding for the release of Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) by his followers at the Fagge Jumma’at Friday Mosque continued yesterday Friday January 8th, 2016.

Participants carried banners of Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) unequivocally chanting slogans for the unconditional release of the leader of the Islamic Movement who today enters its 26th day being held in detention denied proper medication from his Doctor after been shot by the military and any visitation from his Family nor from his followers.

Malam Sunusi AbdulKadir while speaking at the rally reiterated the different methods used by the authority trying to cover up their atrocities that has failed to convice the public with mix up in the propaganda being issued out.

Malam Sunusi pointed out how will a reported clash between Soldiers and the called Shi’ites be, with soldier holding and using arms and weaponry on defenceless citizens’ mosltly with supplication beads chanting Allahu Akhbar and Ya Husain?

He also said in his speech one would be wondering how will one be convinced with an accusation from the Nigerian army that Shaikh Zakzaky (H) and his followers are a group existing as a state within a State, while the army believing to be within the Nigerian state but
failing to abide by the constitution of the state carrying out and exercising role and responsibilities assign to the Police? Why will the army believing to be law abiding citizens of Nigeria and ones that are duty bond to protect Nigeria and Nigerains sumarailly execute its
citizens only acused without been taken to court for the judiciary to carry out its responsibilities?

The rally participants reiterated their demands always asked ie, the immediate and unconditional release of Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H), the release of the bodies of all those killed for proper Islamic burial, the release of all detainees and compensation of stolen and
destroyed properties. They also voiced out they would relent in making out this demands until they are met.

By Muhammad Isa Ahmad.