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Only Bastard Can Perpetrate Zaria Massacre -Sayyid badamasi zakzaky PDF Print E-mail

By Saminu Azare
The younger brother of the detained Leader of the Islamic Movement Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky has strongly condemned the action of the Nigerian government of noncompliance with the court judgement of Federal High Court Abuja, which declared detention with his wife as unconstitutional.

 Sayyid Badamasi Zakzaky who was addressing the followers of Sheikh Zakzaky during the ’’KhatmaMaulud” on Wednesday 1-Feb-2017 at Emir’s Palace Mosque Suleja, Niger State, saying that it was not a surprise for the government that massacre over 1000 of innocent citizens to disobey court order against the rule of law of any democratic system of governance
Sayyid Badamasi urged followers of Sheikh Zakzaky to continue with religious activities because no any Prophet of God that was generally accepted by the society no matter how worst the leadership was, adding that the Prophet Muhammad (SAW),Prophet Moses (AS), and Prophet Isah (AS) (Jesus) were all persecuted or attempted to be assassinated on various occasion despite the fact that they exhibited prophetic miracles to support their da'awah.
He further said in the history of humanity only bastard could perpetrate the atrocities of Zaria massacre, “The fight with Islamic Movement is the fight with Islam and almighty Allah SWT that’s was why the Nigerian government has not succeeded in crushing the activities of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria"
It could be recalled on 2-Dec-2016 Justice Gabriel Kolawale of Federal High Court Abuja has given an injunction to Department of State Services, Nigerian Police and Antony General of the Federation to immediately release Sheikh Zakzaky with his wife within 45 days, and to award them N 50,000,000 for their unlawful detension,and find an accommodation for them in Kaduna State or anywhere of his choice including 24/7 security for his life. Non compliance with the court order were greeted with peaceful protest by his supporters Nationwide and global condemnation from International Human right groups, International Communities and people of conscience.