Islamic Movement in Nigeria

Respect Democracy, Obey Court Order, Release Zakzaky, Shiites Tell Buhari

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria also known as Shiites have again called on President Muhammadu Buhari to obey the law of the land and released their detained leader Sheikh Zakzaky. Zakzaky is being detained by the Department of State Service. He...

5 Trucks Of Soldiers Encircle Islamic Centre In Pokistum Singing War Songs, Shiites Raise Red Alert

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria said on Sunday that soldiers in five trucks encircled its members in Pokistum, Yobe state, for some hours without explaining why, raising fears that they might come back in the night to strike. “Today, 21/08/16,...

President Muhammadu Buhari Seems To Have Lost Control Of His Government, Say Nigerian Shiites

By Simon Ateba, Lagos President Muhammadu Buhari has been in power since he replaced Mr. Goodluck Jonathan in May last year, but to Nigerian Shiites whose followers were massacred by the Nigerian Army last December, it seems Mr. Buhari is...

Free Zakzaky Protesters Tear-gassed In Zaria. They Had Accused Saudi Arabia Of Trying To Finish Them In Nigeria

At least one person has been arrested and many others teargassed when thousands of Shiite Muslims gathered on Thursday in the northern Nigerian city of Zaria to demand the liberation of their detained leader, Sheikh al-Zakzaky, who has been in...

Shiites Trekking To Abuja To Demand Release Of Zakzaky May Be Attacked, Movement Raises Red Alert

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria says its members trekking to the Nigerian capital Abuja to demand the freedom of their leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky who has been in detention for eight months may be attacked by security operatives and...

Nigerian Army: We’re Not Planning To Steal Shiites’ Bodies From Mass Grave

The attention of the Nigerian Army has been drawn to an online report by SAHARA REPORTERS ON 28 APRIL 2016 in which the Islamic Movement in Nigeria alleged that the Nigerian Army is planning to steal bodies from mass...

Zaria Massacre: 347 Murdered Shiites Given Mass Burial, Over 600 Still Missing

About 347 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) killed by security forces were given mass burial last year, in the aftermath of the Zaria massacre between 12 and 14  December 2015, the movement said in a statement on Monday,...

No Connection Between Us And Boko Haram, Islamic Movement In Nigeria Says

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria said in a statement on Monday that a fake intelligence report circulating in the intelligence community trying to associate the movement with Boko Haram terrorists should be dismissed. "We distance the IMN from any attempt...

Nigerian Soldiers Storm Katsina State To Attack Us, Shiites In Nigeria Cry Out

Nigerian soldiers have stormed Katsina State and are ready to attack members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria any moment from now because of alleged planned protests for the liberation of their incarcerated leader Ibrahim Zakzaky, the faith based...
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