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PROTEST IN KANO DEMANDING THE IMMEDIATE RELEASE OF SHEIKH ZAKZAKY, FOLLOWERS

By Muhammad Isa
Participants  in Friday’s rally ( 1st January,2016) organized by the Islamic movement  in Nigeria after the Jumma’’at prayers at Fagge Jumma’at Friday mosque  demanded for the release of the leader of the Islamic movement in Nigeria, His Eminence Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H).

Participants also demand the release of all Muslim brothers held and are been tortured by security officials of Nigeria. In addition is the compensation for the lives and properties destroyed.

Mal Sunusi Abdul Kadir delivered speech at the rally in which he spoke of the personality of our Noble Prophet (SAWA) and the place he has in the heart of believers while explaining the significance of his Maulidi (SAWA). He addedd that His Eminence Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) has

shown us the foot step to follow in upholding the rightful place of Rasool (SAWA) in our hearts.

Mal Sunusi also reiterated the demand of all the members of the Islamic movement as stated earlier, stating that all shall follow due process and without relenting in upholding the Movement’s rightful demands.

He also narrated the painful scenario of about 128 Muslims of Tijjaniyyah Order referred to Almajiri, who are in the custody of security operatives undergoing turture in oder to force them accept that they are book haram insurgents, to which they don’t have any form of connection.

He then called for the immediate release of these fellow Muslims.

A prayer session was later held latter iin the day at Kano markaz extending our plea to the Almighty for urgent help.

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