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Published On: Tue, Dec 12th, 2017

Again, Shi’ite denies involvement in violence

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From Femi Oyelola kaduna

The Islamic Movement In Nigeria also known as Shi’ite has said the Movement has never employed the use of violence or the issuance of threats of violence in its entire four decades of existence to anyone, group or authority.
The President of the Media Forum the Movement Mallam Ibrahim Musa stated this in a statement made available to the media in kaduna yesterday.
He added that this is not about to change in respective of attacks and disruption of peaceful events organized by the group.
Mallam Musa, however, expressed dismay that security forces appear to be bent on carrying out series of attacks and subsequently attribute same to menbers of movement so that they could achieve what they have so far failed to, which is associate the peaceful campaigns to free Sheikh Zakzaky with violence in order to swing public opinion against us and justify the December 2015 massacre.
“We are aware of this two-faced machination of the Security to pretend they are working to enforce peace and security while in fact they mean evil. “They have kept Sheikh Zakzaky in incommunicado detention, while claiming to keep him in protective custody, without access to adequate medical attention in clear contempt of valid court judgement declaring their action as unconstitutional and that he is set free.
“We wish to once again reject any suggestion of threats of violence in our name.
“ The Islamic Movement is not and will not be responsible for any breech of peace or violence that will result from any false-flag plots. We will continue to employ all lawful, legal and constitutional means as we have done throughout these two years of state-perpetrated persecution to achieve our goals, and would not be blackmailed into submission or surrender.
“Our timely rallies, processions and campaign activities will continue as at when due and in our ways without fear of intimidation.
“We will also continue to seek redress in national and international courts of justice as we have done in the past twenty four months.
“We will peacefully mark the two-year Zaria massacre memorial between 12th and 14th December, 2017 solemnly and peacefully in Abuja with series of activities slated for the purpose.
“We use this opportunity to call all people of conscience to intensify pressure on the Nigerian regime to obey court orders to unconditionally release Sheikh Zakzaky,” he stated

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