The alarming figure of sympathizers to the Islamic Movement in Nigeria is skyrocketing day by day as truth about the clampdown on the movement by the present administration continues to unfold. The perpetrators seem to be comfortless with that. In their bid to justify their atrocities, bogus activist and writers are paid to carry out the task, which is herculean.
Free Zakzaky Peaceful protest was continuous today 26/10/2016 in Nigerian city of Kaduna by Brothers and Sisters of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, The protesters demanding the immediate and unconditional release of the Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H), his Wife and hundreds of the detained Members of the movement by the Nigerian government since 12/12/2015.
For a very long time, the Nigerian Government and its masters have made several attemps to hinder the peaceful Arbaeen Symbolic trekking in Nigeria. Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria under the leadership of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) have been peacefully organizing the Arbaeen Symbolic trekking from 6 axis for the past years.
PRESS STATEMENT Governor Lalong's illogical copying of Elrufai's misadventures on ban of IMN Governor Lalong of Plateau state is reportedly said to have copied the ban order arbitrarily placed by Governor Elrufai on the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN). Even more ridiculous was what was reported from him as the reasons for this misadventure. He was quoted to have said, “I have read it that the movement is already banned in its headquarters in Kaduna, why should a branch then exist here?
Fresh Free Zakzaky Peaceful protest was held today 22/10/2016 in Nigerian city of Kaduna by Brothers and Sisters of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, The protesters demanding the immediate and unconditional release of the Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H), his Wife and hundreds of the detained Members of the movement by the Nigerian government since 12/12/2015
Pictures of demolished Fudiyyah Schools at U/Mu'azu, Nasarawa Kaduna along many houses belonging to the brothers which were broke in and items looted. Also a sister Khadijah Auwal who was struck with cutlass in addition to many brothers struck with arms whom we could not been able to capture their pictures.
When we visited Jos prison today we were met with pity and anguish at how our justice system works. Indeed we saw persecution at its peak. To say I was shocked is an understatement. Visiting prison is not new to me. We used to visit the place atleast four times a year. We started visiting prisoners assisting them with the little we can in 2008, after the Jos sectarian crises. We go there under the aegis of a registered NGO called Al-ansar foundation. Hajiya Luba Ladan, my sister and myself were its founding mothers.