BREAKING: SHEIKH ZAKZAKY AND WIFE NO LONGER SAFE IN MADENTA HOSPITAL, INDIA -IMN

The Islamic Movement of Nigeria has raised alarm over security situation in India where their leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky is taking medication over his deteriorated health situation According to a press release by the organisation obtained by SUNCITYNEWS, group thank Nigerians for their unwavering support during the trial of the respected Islamic cleric in Kaduna prison, the full report reads thus “We will start by thanking those that are participated in the struggle for the freedom of our leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky within and outside Nigeria, we hope the struggle…

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Photo: Sheikh Ibrahim El-zakzaky, Wife left Nigeria for India for medical treatment.

Sheikh Ibrahim El-zakzaky has left Abuja for India for medical treatment. The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, left with his wife and other security personnel aboard an Emirate Airline number EK2614. El-Zakzaky and his wife Zeenat arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja earlier on Monday, following the order of a Kaduna State High court which granted them leave to undergo treatment at an Indian hospital of their choice. This followed an application by El-Zakzaky’s counsel and human rights activist, Femi Falana (SAN), to allow them to…

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Measles: 100 dead, 21,000 affected across Northeast states in Nigeria

States in the North East part of Nigeria recorded no fewer than 21,011 cases of measles with 100 deaths in the past few months. A survey by News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) indicated that while cases were recorded in Bauchi, Borno, Yobe and Gombe states, officials in Adamawa and Jigawa said no such cases were recorded in their states. In Borno, where the highest number of cases was recorded, officials said security challenges in the state made it difficult to address the situation. The Director of Borno State Primary Healthcare…

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SHEIKH Zakzaky’s Fate lies with FG, not courts, Says Islamic Movement in Nigeria

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has called on the general public to disregard a recent statement made by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu claiming that the fate of its Leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky lies with the courts not the federal government. In a statement signed by President Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Ibrahim Musa, he wondered how the presidency will make such a claim, while it is on record that since December, 2016 a federal high court sitting in…

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After Chukwu, Otedola takes over Sadiq Daba’s medical expenses

Femi Otedola, billionaire businessman, has promised to take care of the medical expenses of ailing nollywood actor, Sadiq Daba. In a statement on Sunday, Otedola said he was sad to hear that the veteran actor had fallen ill again. In 2017, Daba, who had been battling leukaemia and prostate cancer for the past few years, returned to Nigeria having traveled to the UK for medical treatment. “I heard about Mr. Sadiq Daba’s health condition when it was brought to my attention through an online news story I read two days ago,”…

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El-Zakzaky: Court adjourns application for medical trip abroad to July 29

Darius Khobo, presiding judge of the Kaduna state high court, on Thursday, adjourned hearing on the motion for an application by Ibrahim El-Zakzaky to seek medical attention in India. Khobo adjourned the hearing till July 29 following request by the prosecution counsel to be given time to study the defence counsel’s response to the application. El-Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) also known as Shi’ites, is facing trial over allegations of culpable homicide, unlawful assembly, and disruption of public peace, among others. The Shi’ite leader has been…

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Sad!!! Patient commits suicide at UBTH

A male patient has committed suicide at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), the hospital spokesman, Joshua Uwaila, has said. The incident occurred at the Accident and Emergency (A & E) Ward of the hospital on Saturday night. It was alleged that the victim took his own life while awaiting a doctor. The victim (name withheld), allegedly stabbed himself to death with a broken window blade beside his bed. The wife of the patient was away to buy an item at a nearby shop within the hospital premises when…

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ASSASSINATION OF MY FATHER SHEIKH IBRAHEEM ZAKZAKY IS ALMOST DONE – SHEIKH ZAKZAKY SON

“…. an assassination in progress and it is almost done. And the assassins are clearly determined to see it through” This Saturday the 6th of July 2019, I met with my father and my mother. As has already been stated to the public before, my father was found to have unusually excessive and life threatening concentrations of lead and cadmium in his blood. As a result of this various experts we have consulted recommended immediate hospitalization in a properly equipped facility and other medical procedures in order to try to…

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CALAMITY LOOMS AS THE HEALTH CONDITION OF SHEIKH ZAKZAKY AND HIS WIFE CONTINUES TO DETERIORATE

Abuja — Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), otherwise known as Shiites, has once again call the attention of the public over the continuous detention of their leader and the deteriorating health condition of the outspoken cleric, Ibraheem El-Zakzaky. El-Zakzaky has been in custody of the Department of State Services (DSS) since December 2015 on the order of the Nigerian government. In a press release signed by Abdullahi Muhammad Musa, For the Academic Forum of the Islamic movement in Nigeria, the group is demanding for the immediate release…

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US Has Contributed $495m to Combat Malaria in Nigeria – Symington

As the world marked World Malaria Day Wednesday, the United States Government said it has spent $495 million to combat malaria in Nigeria. This is coming as the World Health Organisation (WHO), has called for renewed political commitment to cover gaps in the implementation of measures to prevent malaria disease, which it said was stagnating domestic and international funding for malaria prevention and control. A statement issued wednesday by the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, William Stuart Symington, said the US Government has spent $495 million for malaria control since…

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