WE DEMAND JUSTICE! 100 Days after the Arbaeen Symbolic Trek Massacre in Tamburawa, Kano
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) under the able leadership of
Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) marked a 3-day programme marking the
100-day atrocities of the Nigerian government on members of IMN who
were on symbolic Arbaeen Trek to Zaria commemorating the 40 days
martyrdom of Imam Husain (AS) on Monday 14th November, 2016 in Kano,
The 3-day programme started on Sunday 26th February, 2017 with prayers
at Kano Markaz, Visitation to families of Martyred, those injured and
hospitalized, likewise those held in captivity on Monday 27th
February, 2017 and lastly concluded by a Remembrance Day lecture and
protest march on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
The special guest on the 3rd day of the programme Mal Muhammad Abare
in his speech reminded followers of this glorious path were we are
enjoyed to remain steadfast because Allah (T) Has foretold us He will
test us and those that remain steadfast will remain victorious.
Likewise those involve in tyranny and oppression will fail in all
their evil intent and will be punished by Allah (T).
Mal Sunusi AbdulKadir Koki in his comment demanded justice to prevail
calling for the immediate and unconditional release of those held in
captivity with 58 members of IMN still held in custody among which
include ladies and underage denied of their legal rights.
Records have shown the combine force of the Nigerian Police and their
intelligent services descended on Members of the IMN on that faithful
day who were trekking and saying no other thing apart from praises to
Allah (T) and salutation to our Noble Prophet Muhammad (S) and his
pure progeny (AS), martyring 27 members of the IMN, killing scores of
passersby and still holding 58 members in which 10 are female and 6
The protest march that was held after the lectures on the Remembrance
Day called for the immediate release of its leader Shaikh Ibraheem
Zakzaky (H) who for more than 400 days is held by the Nigerian
government denying him from seeing his doctor despite ailing health of
his remaining right eye. They also called for justice to prevail and
the immediate release of members of the IMN held unjustfully.
Muhammad Isa Ahmad