THE Nigerian Police, on Monday, engaged the members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), also known as Shi’ite, at the Central Area, Federal Secretariat, Abuja, leaving many IMN members seriously injured.
The attack comes exactly two week after Shiite and police clash at National Assembly in Abuja
Tribune Online reliably gathered that members of the IMN had assembled to commence their usual procession in protest to press for the release of their leader, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakyzaky, who had been incarcerated since December, 2015 by the Federal Government, before the security operatives demobilised them.
When contacted, on phone, one of the leaders of the group, Abdullahi Musa, told the Tribune Online that many of their members sustained various degrees of injuries.
Meanwhile, HAPPENINGS NG reported that the Shiite attacked President Muhammadu Buhari government for deliberately acted in contempt of court and refused to respect the judiciary and issued warning on release of their leader
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