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IMN Proscription: Protests Must Continue - EL-ZAKZAKY's DAUGHTER


Despite the proscription order placed on the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN, by the Federal Government of Nigeria, FGN, Suhaila Ibraheem Zakzaky, the daughter of the imprisoned leader of the IMN on Thursday (today) insisted that protests would continue against the continued detention of her father.

This position of Suhaila came against the backdrop of the statement issued by the group’s spokesman, Ibrahim Musa, that they would suspend protests.

According to videos shared on her Facebook page, Suhaila maintained that protests would continue until El-Zakzaky is released.

Suhaila said, “Even as I speak right now, earlier today, there was a protest in Abuja and there will be tomorrow.

“And there will continue to be on every weekday. I just wanted to clarify because I saw news agencies stating that spokesperson of this movement released the statement.

“First of all, the Islamic movement has no such thing as a spokesman. And the person who wrote this article (is) the chairman of the media forum; the media forum, just like the numerous forums we have in the Islamic movement, is just a forum that is there for people within that field to have their own space and activities within the Islamic movement.

“This person (Musa) has nothing to do with the people organising this protest that have been going on in Abuja and are still going on and will continue to go on till El-Zakzaky is freed.”

It would be recalled that Musa had on Wednesday (yesterday) revealed that the group would be suspending protests and take the  Federal Government to court over its (Shi’ites’) proscription.

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