Shiites protest, demand release of Zakzaky

El-Zakzaky, Kaduna, court

By Ibrahim HassanWuyo

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), additionally referred to as Shiites, have demanded an unconditional launch of their detained chief, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.

The Shi’ites, throughout a protest on Friday in Kaduna, mentioned their chief must be launched unconditionally as a result of he was unjustly detained.

Head of the protesters, Sheikh Aliyu Tirmizi, referred to as on the Federal Government to unconditionally launch the chief of the sect for correct medical consideration.

“In the aftermath of Zaria genocide executed by the Nigerian military in December 2015 we have been calling on all citizens to uphold the dictum that injustice to one is injustice to all, but to no avail. Most people, after the gross flagrant abuse of power by the military on Sheikh Zakzaky and his followers couldn’t express their condemnation, choosing to remain silent since the military excesses didn’t affect them directly,” he mentioned.

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“But in truth, Islam abhors injustice, and enjoins Muslims to express disdain to injustice and the unjust whoever they are. Indeed history is full of instances when Prophet Muhammad (SAW) assisted the victims of injustice in upholding their rights. This explains why for the past five years we have been explaining how this Buhari regime has trampled upon the rights of Sheikh Zakzaky and his followers, demanding that citizens condemn this repression, and call for the release of our leader unconditionally,” he mentioned.

Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and his spouse, Malam Zeenatuddin Ibrahim,have been in detention in Correctional facility ,for lengthy.


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