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Protest in Abujav callsing For The Release Of Sheikh Zakzaky And Total Condemnation Of El-Rufai's Phony Broadcast On the Sheik's Fate PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 11 January 2020 13:58

By Abdullahi Isa Wasagu
"Sheikh Zakzaky's fate lies in the hands of the federal gov. neither the Kaduna state gov. nor court authority" - Protesters vehemently make a fresh call in Abuja.

Reacting to the current tentative statement issued by the Kaduna state government and being broadcasted in many electronic media on Friday mornig 10/1/2020, regarding the Sheikh Zakzaky's fate, the capital of the nation, Abuja, witnessed large turn out of brothers of the Movement vehementely condemning the phony broadcast believed to have been clandestenely arranged to achieved their devilish target on the innocent leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H).

Peaceful protesters staged a cautious protest  shortly after rounding up of Friday prayer at National, Abuja, with posters and banners and chanting slogans unanimously condeming the ongoing pretext on Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky.

It is acknowledged that, peaceful followers of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky remained painstaking and law abiding in pursuance of justice over the gross injustice mated on them in December 2015 where damages during the premeditated Army attack on the Movement is indeed inexplicable.

It was yesterday's night Thursday 9/1/2020, and Friday Morning  the commisioner for justice, Justice Aisha Dikko issued a statement that the faith of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky lies on the court's judicial power.

She added that, "The Kaduna state government filed a legal action on Sheikh Zakzaky against 8-count charges among which include culpable homicide. The commisioner further added that the culpable homice which might subject the detained leader to death sentence after legal proceedings".

The pro-Zakzaky protesters proclaimed that they are not going to be deceived by any denial of complicity of Justice Aisha Dikko and the Elrufai-led administration.

The fate of the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife, lies in the hands of the federal government not the court authority.

It could be recalled that in 2016, a federal high court ordered his unconditional release from jail following a trial, but the government has so far refused to set him free.

But after much effort and protest and domestic and international pressure, the Nigerian court allowed Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife to travel to India for treatment in August 2019, but due to dissatisfaction with the treatment process, security constraints and the lack of trusted doctors, Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife left for Nigeria after spending two days in India.

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