The Leader of Nigeria’s Islamic Movement, who arrived in India on Tuesday for medical treatment, is set to leave the country due to tough security restrictions that could affect his health condition.
A group of doctors from seven countries in a letter called on the government and parliament of Nigeria to immediately transfer Sheikh Zakzaki to a well-equipped hospital to prevent any unfortunate incidents.
Nigeria’s State High Court has issued a release order for the critically-ill Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife, who have been seeking bail to travel to an Indian hospital for medical treatment.
Commissioner of the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) in the Middle East Haitham Abu Said says a major country is exerting considerable influence on the Nigerian government not to release the critically-ill prominent Nigerian Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky from the prison.
The UK’s hijacking of Iranian oil tanker brings back the memories of a multitude of crimes committed against the Iranian nation by the ‘cunning, colonial fox’, according to the Tehran Friday prayers interim Leader.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi pointed to reports which indicate that Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife need immediate medical treatment outside the country, calling on Nigerian authorities to take action in this regard.
Nigerian senior member of Islamic Movement Dr. Ibrahim Suleiman said that Saudi regime has a Zionist system and structure while stressing the Nigerian President has been supported by Saudis regarding Sheikh Zakzaky.