A biography of the leader of IMN Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) written and compiled by the institute for the compilation and publication of Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky’s works was launched in various Nigerian cities. In Kano city the launching took place on Sunday 7th May, 2017 at Kano Markaz in thousands in attendance and Shaikh Kasim Umar Sakkwato as the special guest speaker.
Thousands in the central city of Kano Nigeria, came out to show solidarity with members of the IMN calling for the unconditional release of its leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky after the Friday prayers May 5th, 2017.
The protest march along Murtala Muhammad way carrying placards and voicing the call for the release of Sheikh Zakzaky (H) who has been in the government custody after the Zaria December 12-14Th, 2015 massacre that saw more than 1000 members killed, some hundred injured and missing.
SHIEK ZAKZAKY DETENTION AND THE BURDEN OF ACCOUNTABLE LEADERSHIP More than 500 days after his illegal detention before which more than a thousand of his followers were mercilessly massacred and buried in mass graves, the Nigerian government has unjustifiably continued to by-pass the law and paid no heed to the various calls by different people and organisations that Sheik Zakzaky should be freed and compensated.
Abul Fadl Abbas foundation of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have organized a program in Kano to commemorate the the birthday of the flag bearer Sayyid Abul Fadl Abbas (AS), the event took place at Markaz, Kano on Monday 4th Sha'aban 1438AH in the evening. Speakers at the event include Sheikh Sunusi AbdulKadir and Malam Jamil Bauchi, both reminded youths of the necessity to copy from the life of the warrior Abul Fadl Abbas (AS).
We have noted in the last few days the malicious suggestions linking the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) with terrorism and violence in several official quarters. Notable ones include the Kaduna state governor, Nasiru elRufai, who in a television program recently, malevolently suggested that Sheikh Zakzaky and the Movement are violent.
He went further spitefully to use a derogatory word to describe our leader, with which he hoped we would react and they would use that as a premise to unleash violence in our name.
The grand finale of the annual Imam Aliy (AS) mauluds that was undertaken by the youth forum of the IMN in Kano, Nigeria was marked on Sunday 3rd Sha’aban 1438 (30/4/2017) at Markaz Kofar Waika, Kano with Mal Badamasi Ya’quob, Professor Dahiru Yahya and Mal Sunusi AbdulKadir Koki as guest speakers. Mal Bashir Dan Dago, Mal Mustapha Limanci and Mal Uzairu Badamasi were amongst the few poet that electrify the atmosphere with beautiful songs of our Noble Prophet (SAWA), Imam Aliy (AS), Sayyida Fatimatul Zahra (AS), Ahlul Bait (AS) and His Pious servants.
Joint FORA Committee of the IMN under the leadership of his Eminence Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) has held a 1st seminar on Zaria massacre at Kano markaz of the IMN on Saturday, 29th April, 2017 with many in attendance from across the country. Mal Rabiu Funtua, Mal Abbare Gombe, Mal Abubakar Abdullahi, Mal Badamasi Yaquob and Mal Sunusi AbdulKadir Koki made presentations on different topic at the seminar that drew the heart of participants to many lessons.
Members of the IMN and conscious citizens of Nigeria continued their protest of the unconditioned detention of the leader of the IMN His Eminence Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) that have lasted more than 500 days in detention despite the court order of the release of Shaikh Zakzaky and his wife Malama Zenatuddeen Ibraheem by Justice Kolawole of the federal high court Abuja since December 2016. Mal Sunusi AbdulKadir Koki was the speaker at the protest rally on Friday 28th April, 2017 after the Jumma’at prayers at Fagge Jumma’at mosque, Kano.
Below are the pictures of a peaceful rally organized by the members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria on Friday 28/4/2017 after the jumma'at congregational prayer in Jalingo and Yola demanding for the immediate and unconventional release of the oppressed leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H).