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Group urges FG to urgently designate IMN terrorist group

Group urges FG to urgently designate IMN terrorist group

The Coalition Of Civil Society Organizations For Transparency and Good Governance (COCSOTGG), has called on the Presidency and the Attorney General of the Federation to act fast in designating the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, (IMN) a Terrorists group before it’s too late. The group said if care was not taken to curb the situation, IMN

Shiite Killings: Arewa group alleges plan to politicise investigation

A northern youth group; Arewa Youths Intellectual Forum (AYIF) has accused the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) of plots to politicize the ongoing inquiry into the December 2015 killings in Zaria, Kaduna State ahead of the 2019 general elections. The group alleged that the IMN are planning to pitch the Federal Government against the Kaduna State Government in

Zakzaky, wife recuperating from bullet injuries in detention, NSCIA confirms

Some members of the contact committee set up by the National Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) who visited Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, Nigerian leader of the Shia Islamic Movement, have confirmed that the Sheikh and his wife Sister Zeenah Ibraheem are all recuperating from the bullet wounds they sustained during the army’s attack on the

Army vs Shiite: It’s unacceptable for Army to declare war against unarmed citizens – NLC

Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, yesterday, said it was unacceptable for Nigeria Army to declare war of attrition against unarmed citizens and threw its weight behind the probe of the clash between the Nigerian army and the Shiíte Islamic Movement of Nigeria, MIN, led by Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, in Zaria, which claimed 10 lives. NLC, in

Army, Shi’ite Showdown: Zakzaky’s Followers Give Conditions For Peace

Leaders of Shia Islamic Movement of Nigeria yesterday, in Abuja, itemised five conditions for possible truce, chief among them the immediate release of their spiritual leader, Sheikh El-Zakzaky. The sect also insisted that the killing of its members by Nigerian soldiers in Zaria, Kaduna State, was unprovoked. The group, which claimed that more than 300