The warning is contained in a statement signed by the Military Information Officer, Maj. Ishaku Takwa.
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Defined as a law and order issue by the authorities, the continued and prolonged imprisonment of the Shia sheikh, despite a Federal High Court order to release him and his wife in December 2016, threatened to make the conflict deep-rooted and could develop into a dangerous Sunni-Shia antagonism.
In a statement, Mohammed also thanked his father’s legal team over the long fought battle for his freedom and that of his wife
Justice Gideon Kurada adjourned the matter after over six hours sitting, to allow the prosecution to close its case.
The Command’s Public Relations Officer, Daniel Wadai, disclosed this in a statement made available on Saturday in Abuja by the Service Public Relations Officer, Francis Enobore
The IMN leader is seeking the court to quash the State Government’s case against him for lack of evidence.
IMN, at a press briefing addressed by Abdullahi Musa, a member of the group, in Abuja, said the demand was coming at the time Justice Gideon Kurada of the Kaduna State High Court would be ruling on a no-case submission filed by El-zakzaky’s Lawyer, Femi Falana (SAN), on Thursday.
A High Court in Kaduna on Monday ordered the Correctional Center to allow leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and his wife, Zinat, full access to medical services before taking their plea on April 23.
Towards setting the narratives straight on the issues of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria for the understanding of their nefarious plans against the unity of the nation, a book exposing the evils of Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and his Shiites movement has been unveiled in Abuja.
The attorney general also said there was no pending court order on the case against the IMN leader instituted by the Kaduna state government.
Justice Gideon Kurada, the trial Judge’s order was sequel to the application by Haruna Magashi, counsel to the IMN leader, at resumed hearing of the main suit in Kaduna, eight months after the last hearing in April.
The Federal Government on Wednesday accused Shiek Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, of being sponsored by Iran to replicate the 1979 violent revolution that led to the forceful takeover of power in the country in Nigeria.
The Federal Government on Friday explained the circumstances that led to the “repatriation” of the leader of the proscribed Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheik Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, from India.
The Kaduna State Government said it respects the court’s ruling granting permission to Islamic Movement of Nigeria leader, lbrahim El-Zakzaky to travel to India for treatment.
Ahead of Monday’s ruling on Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky’s application for medical leave by a Kaduna High Court, the Kaduna State Government has assured citizens of security and free movement.
9(NAN) The Kaduna State Police Command said the ban on protests, processions and demonstrations in the state is still in force.
The court orders freeing El-Zakzaky were strictly based on the isolated facts of his arrest and detention during the national security operation of December 2015, triggered by the daring blockade and confrontation of the convoy of the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Burataiu, in Zaria, Kaduna State by his aggressive followers.
A former Attorney General of Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, on Friday explained the reason he ignored court orders granting bails to a former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, and leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, otherwise known as Shi’ites, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky.
Activities at the Iranian Embassy in London were on Friday paralysed by angry Nigerians over the alleged involvement of the Asian country in the protests and actions of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, otherwise known as Shiites, in Abuja and other parts of the country.
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has called on the Federal Government to free its Leader, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, and halt the police brutality on its supporters during their protests, especially in Abuja, for the freedom of their leader.