Again, IMN shutdown Abuja streets, seeks El Zakzaky’s release

Members of the Islamic Movement of NIgeria (IMN) defied security ban on their protests by marching on the streets of Abuja demanding the release of their leader Ibrahim Yaquob El Zakzaky who has been in military detention for more than two years.
The members who came out in great numbers are calling for “justice” chanting “We can die for our leader”.
The procession has caused traffic gridlock in the capital city of Abuja causing motorists to seek alternative route to escape the gridlock.
The procession included children, girls, boys and adults of various age groups.

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