It made the threat in a statement by Dr. Dauda Nalado on behalf of the Academic Forum of the IMN on Saturday in Abuja.
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Abdullahi Muhammad Musa, Secretary of the Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement, made the call in a statement in Abuja.
El-Zakzaky and wife expressed their objection after counsel to the NIS, Jimoh Adamu, served on the plaintiffs’ lawyer, Funmi Falana, a motion to join the DSS and NIA in the suit, which came up on Tuesday before Justice Obiora Egwuatu of a Federal High Court, Abuja.
The couple, who listed the NIS and its Comptroller General as 1st and 2nd defendants, prayed the Federal High Court, Abuja to enforce their fundamental right.
He stated this at a news conference in his Abuja home in remembrance of what has come to be known as: “Zaria Massacre.”
Justice Inyang Ekwo on Friday fixed the date to allow the defendants in the fundamental right enforcement suit respond to allegations leveleld against them.
This was made known by the President, Media Forum of the IMN, Ibrahim Musa, in a statement he issued on Tuesday.
Sheikh Sidi Munir Sokoto, one of the executive members of IMN, made the allegation in a statement he released after the commemoration of the fortieth day (Arbaeen) of Imam Husain, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad (SAWA)’s death in Abuja.
In a ruling that lasted over eight hours, the judge, Justice Gideon Kurada, upheld the no-case submission filed by el-Zakzaky and his wife.
The Secretary, Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement, Abdullahi Muhammad Musa, gave the advice.
It said peaceful ‘Free Zakzaky’ protests were held, “attended by tens of thousands of Nigerians who marched asking Buhari regime to obey court order and free the revered Sheikh Zakzaky from illegal detention since 2016.”
Copies of the petitions dated May 28, 2021 was made available to newsmen by Abdullahi Muhammad Musa, Secretary, Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, on Friday in Abuja.
It said it is unfortunate how the governor declared the NLC President, Ayuba Wabba, and 17 others wanted for alleged economic sabotage and attacks on public infrastructure and even announced a handsome reward for anyone who could give information on the whereabouts.
Abdullahi Muhammad Musa, Secretary for the Academic Forum of the IMN, gave the clarification in a statement to announce the death of their member, Naziru Muazu, who was alleged to have been tortured by the police after his arrest last Friday in Abuja
IMN, in a statement made available by Mallam Miftau Zakariyah, a Secretary of the group, said for peace and unity to reign in the country, there must be justice for all.
The Secretary of the Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement, Abdullahi M. Musa, told journalists shortly after Ahmed was buried in accordance with the Islamic rites.
Some of the residents, under the auspices of the Concerned Abuja Residents, warned the police against trampling on the citizens’ rights in the process of dispersing peaceful protesters.
The protesters made the call during their procession which began at the Zone 3 Pedestrian Bridge in Wuse and terminated peacefully at Wuse Market, Abuja, as part of the effort to demand unconditional release of their leader.
The Acting Controller-General, NCoS, John Mrabure, disclosed this in statement by the Service Public Relations Officer, Controller of Corrections, Francis Enobore, on Monday in Abuja.
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