The movement said despite the cleric’s acquittal by a Kaduna State High Court, El-Zakzaky and his wife, Malama Zeenah Ibrahim, have not been able to travel abroad for medical treatment as their international passports are still being held by security agencies and a new one has not been issued to them.
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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.
It was gathered that the siblings, who are the owners of Jamal Health Foundation, used their social media handle to solicit funds for a sick person in 2019.
The Kaduna State Government charged El-Zakzaky and Zeenat with eight counts bordering on alleged culpable homicide, unlawful assembly and disruption of the public peace among other charges.
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.
Justice Mohammed Tukur of a Kaduna State High Court has issued a bench warrant for the arrest of Abubakar Uthman, who is being prosecuted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on a one-count charge bordering on contract scam to the tune of N2,650,000.
A Kaduna State High Court has discharged and acquitted 91 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, also known as Shiites.
A civil society organisation, Centre for Social Justice, Equity and Transparency, has prayed the Kaduna State High Court to stop the Islamic Movement of Nigeria from publishing a book on its 2015 clash with the Nigerian Army.
The 43-year-old graduate of the University of Tampa, Florida, was arrested on October 31, 2019 after he failed to honour his obligations in a financial transaction with some ladies.
The court, sitting in Kaduna, the state capital, granted the bail application on Monday.
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria leader and his wife applied for medical bail citing poor health while in detention.
The Islamic Movement of Nigeria leader and his wife applied to the court seeking to travel, following poor health while in detention.
A Kaduna State High Court will on Thursday hear the application of the leader of Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Ibrahim El-Zazaky, and wife, Zinat, seeking to travel to India for medical attention.
A Kaduna High Court on Thursday fixed November 7 for ruling on the bail application filed by the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife, Zinat.
Justice Hannatu Balogun in her ruling on the matter said that the state assembly did not investigate nor allow the two lawmakers to defend themselves of any allegation against them.
The adjournment followed the non-tendering of the assets declaration documents of El-Rufa’i by the Code of Conduct Bureau when he served as Director General, Bureau of Public Enterprises and as Minister of the Federal Capital Territory.
Governor El-Rufai had in February sued Sani demanding N500 million for alleged defamatory statement contained in a publication.
The Court, presided over by Justice Muhammad Lawal-Bello, adjourned the matter to determine the jurisdiction application raised by the respondents in the suit.
Umar, who is Director of Sahel Technical Services Limited, had in March 2014 secured a contract from the Kaduna State Ministry of Local Government to supply 115 units of Hand Tillers to all the 23 Local Government Areas of the state.