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Two Arrested By The Police During Midnight Free Zakzaky Protest In Kaduna Have Been Released PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 July 2019 16:11

By Abdullahi Isah Wasagu
The two brothers of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, arrested by the security personnel in Kaduna, couple of days ago during a nation wide midnight protests calling for the immediate and unconditional release of leader of the Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, his wife and several others in illegal detention have been set free.

The two brothers named, Malam Muhammed Bello; Malam Abubakar Inusa who were all aged and family men were set free by a Court in Kaduna yesterday Wednesday 10/7/2019.

Malam Inusa, Bello, had been in Police custody since 29 of June 2019, after they were arrested by the securities at Hayin Rigasa area during the peaceful protest.

In a report compiled for the reason of their arrest, they were arrested in an attempt to have a dialogue between the securities and brothers, as they met them representing the brothers for the discourse.

During the nation wide midnight protests, it was simultaneously carried out in Kaduna in diffrent parts of the metro police, but unfortunately, it was only in Rigasa area that was attacked by securities.

As brothers and sisters intensify the daily protests in the Nation's capital, Abuja, other towns across the nation, following a deteriorating health conditions of the leader and his wife, some of the authorites concerned have started intervening over the issues calling for the Presidency to immediately release the leader for proper medical attention.

two protesters released in kaduna wed 10th july 2019