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How we were killed – Sheikh Zakzaky tells own account

Finally, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has come out with its own account of how its members were killed…

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Nigeria uses live fire to disperse Shia Muslims marking 4th massacre anniversary

Nigerian security forces have used live fire to confront a protest marking the fourth anniversary of state-authorized massacre against the…

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Nigerian protesters called to immediately release Sheikh Zakzaky

Dozens of Nigerians held a rally in the capital Abuja on Wednesday to express support for prominent Shia cleric Shiekh…

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Nigeria: Lawyers granted rare access to Sheikh Zakzaky, wife third time in more than two years

The team of lawyers standing for Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky were yesterday evening granted a rare access to their client, only…

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Nigerian protesters call for release of Sheikh Zakzaky

Supporters of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have staged another protest to call for the release of their leader Sheikh…

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Saudi Arabia behind Zaria massacre in Nigeria

Bin Salman: We break Iran’s power in Africa / DW Hausa Service An announcement on the announcement of Saudi Arabia’s…

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Zaria Massacre survivor: How Buhari soldiers poured petrol on us & set us on fire

One of the lucky survivors of the horrifying Zaria massacre of December 2015, Muhammad Altine, has described how Nigerian soldiers…

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Nigeria: Magistrate court Zaria summarily sentences 3 to nine years each for being Shi’ites, protesting

Three members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria were summarily tried by a Chief Magistrate Court, Zaria and sentenced to…

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Meet Nigerian lady who lost husband, six sons in Zaria Massacre

Malama Zainab Isa is one of those who will forever remain traumatized about the lost of her husband and their…

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Daily “Free Zakzaky” sit out In Abuja enters second month

The daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out embarked upon by a coalition of groups led by the Concerned Nigerians at the…

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