SHOCKING: Was Zakzaky’s Mother’s House Demolished?

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The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) has accused the Kaduna state government of demolishing the home of Hajiya Hari Jamo, the mother of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky.

The group also accused the state government of demolishing one of its religious buildings, the Fudiyyah Islamic Centre.

Pictures posted on the group’s website show the apparent demolition of the buildings.

The pictures showed the buildings

The Kaduna state government has so far not reacted to the IMN’s claims.

The group has accused Governor of Kaduna State Nasir El-Rufai and the state government of wanting to crush it after the massacre on December 12 when hundreds of its adherents were killed by the Nigeria army.

In a broadcast after the incident, the governor accused the IMN of illegally occupying federal roads and schools and disrupting academic activities.

He also said the Husainiyah building, which was the headquarters of the movement, “was put up without statutory title to the land, and in outright defiance of a stop-work notice issued by the Kaduna State Urban Planning and Development Authority”.

He also accused the IMN of acting liKaduna State Police Command Releases 83 Suspectske a parallel state.


In response, the IMN accused El-Rufai of “desperately struggling to find an excuse to justify the massacre of its members without recourse to due process of the law.

“All these simply show that the attack was pre-planned and premeditated. The governor is more like an extremist anti-Shi’ite governor and not a state governor,” the IMN said.

The Nigerian army said it moved against the IMN to repel an attack on the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai. It also reported the incident to the National Human Rights Commission, which has set up a panel to investigate the incident.

The Human Rights Watch said yesterday that hundreds of Shi’ite Muslims were killed by soldiers and buried in mass graves in the “unjustified” attack.


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