Islamic Movement marched in Solidarity with oppressed people of Bahrain and Sheikh Issa Qaseem

Members of the Islamic Movemen in Nigeria came out en mass today Friday May 26th, 2017 after the Friday prayers in a protest march denouncing the atrocities of the Bahrainian government on Shaikh Isa Qasim and his followers, and show of support to him, his followers and all the oppressed of the world.
Malam Sunusi AbdulKadir Koki led the march, protesters carrying Bahrain flags and posters calling oppressors to stop oppression and the solidarity of IMN under the leadership of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky to Sheikh Issa Qaseem and his followers
Protesters along march through Fagge neighborhood, IBB way and ended close to Kofar Mata in Kano city expressing their solidarity with the people of Bahrain and calling oppressors to stop all forms of oppression.
In the closing speech Malam Sunusi Abdulkadir expressed solidarity of the IMN to Sheikh Qaseem and his followers and call on the Bahrain government  to stop all forms of oppression. Likewise he expressed support of the courageous followers of
Sheikh Qaseem in showing their support for his leadership and resistance to any form of oppression, just like this support is shown worldwide.
Mal Sunusi also used the opportunity to reiterate the call for the unconditional release of the leader of IMN in Nigeria Shaikh Zakzaky, his wife Malama Zeenatudden Ibraheem and all members held in custody on flimsy excuses. He aslo called the Nigerian government to obey the federal court order by releasing Shaikh Zakzaky. Mal Sunusi also denounced the oppression of the government of Kano on members of the IMN held in prison after last year’s clampdown on Arbaeen Trekers in which different forms of molestation and inhuman treatment is meted on the members chained in prison including a small child. He also reiterated the stand of members to remain steadfast and resolute along this noble path of Al-Islam as shown by Rasulullah (S) and Ahlul Bait (AS),
The protest march ended with a closing prayer and members disperse with no security molestation.