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Nigeria ‘should investigate secret slaughter’ of Shias – HypeJudge

14.4.16

Nigeria ‘should investigate secret slaughter’ of Shias – HypeJudge: In December, troops besieged the home of the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky in the northern city of Zaria.

The IMN alleges that the military killed hundreds of its members and destroyed a religious shrine and the sheikh’s home during the raid.

Protests broke out in five cities across Nigeria, while Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani phoned his Nigerian counterpart, Muhammadu Buhari, about the crackdown.

An inquiry heard on Monday that the Kaduna State High Court gave permission to bury the bodies.

Officials said 347 bodies were moved.


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