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I will fight till I get justice for my late husband – wife of journalist killed by police during shiite protest says

The police have continued to delay the matter so I can give up on the case. I went to meet the FCT Commissioner of Police and he told me that the matter had been transferred to Inspector-General of Police and that it was no longer under his control.

IMN: We didn’t threaten Pete Edochie… he allowed himself to be used

Any serious artist worth the name must, first of all, undertake some kind of serious research to get the facts of any script brought to him right.

Pete Edochie alleges threat to life over movie ‘portraying Shiites as terrorists’

If you want to express resentment over a production you haven’t watched, direct your grievances to the producer of the film, not to Pete Edochie who is a mere actor, it does not concern me.

Shiite group raises fresh concerns over El-Zakzaky, wife’s health

In view of the deteriorating health condition of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) and his wife Malama Zeenah Ibraheem, we are demanding for unconditional release of the couple.”

Shiites cry out over life of El-zakzaky and wife over coronavirus

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN, otherwise known as Shiites has cried out over the life of their leader, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky...

Breaking: Many injured as the Police and Shiites clashed

Many members of Islamic Movement in Nigeria injured after Nigerian policemen opened fire during a peaceful protest in Abuja on Monday.

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