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Ibrahim Zakzaky

1 Jul
A Kaduna High Court on Thursday, fixed July 28 for ruling in the No-case-submission filed by the leader of the proscribed Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife Zeenat.
31 Mar
Mr Dari Bayero, lead Counsel in the “secret trial” of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife Zeenat, on Wednesday prayed the Kaduna High Court to sentence the defendants.
13 Jan 2020
This House Has Fallen-Nigeria In Crisis is a 327page book written by Mr. Karl Maier who lived in Nigeria as a foreign correspondent for two years, from 1991-1993, and returned often on reporting assignments.
10 Sep 2019
Nigerian police on Tuesday fired on members of a banned Shiite group staging religious processions, killing six people, the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) said.
3 Aug 2019
A ban by the Nigerian authorities on a prominent Shiite movement for "terrorism" has driven fears of a worsening crackdown that could ignite a new conflict.
28 Jul 2019
Nigeria's presidency on Sunday said the government was banning a Shiite group after a spate of deadly clashes at protests in the capital.
11 Jul 2019
Nigerian police on Thursday charged 38 supporters of a detained Shiite cleric over a violent clash with security forces in the capital.
22 Jan 2019
A Nigerian court has ordered the secret police to allow a detained pro-Iranian cleric to see his personal doctors as his health was worsening, his legal team said on Tuesday.
5 Dec 2018
A judge in Abuja on Wednesday dismissed charges against 35 Shiite Muslims who were among hundreds of people arrested after deadly protests in the Nigerian capital.
2 Nov 2018
The United States Embassy yesterday asked the Federal Government to investigate the recent killing of members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), also known as Shiites.
1 Nov 2018
The United States embassy in Nigeria said Thursday it was "concerned" and called for an investigation after supporters of an imprisoned Shiite cleric were killed in clashes with security forces.
31 Oct 2018
The movement of a jailed Nigerian Shiite cleric whose followers have repeatedly been targeted by the authorities said on Wednesday security forces had killed 42 of its members during two days of violent crackdowns on protests in the capital Abuja.

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