Posted by John Chuks Azu | 9 July 2019 | 791 times
The surviving son of the Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Mohammed Ibraheem Zakzaky, has expressed worry that his father’s health condition may no longer be safe. The junior Zakzaky made this revelation, on Sunday, while addressing newsmen on the health condition of his father, Ibraheem Zakzaky, in Abuja.
The statement was read on his behalf by Abdullahi Musa of the Academic Forum of the IMN flanked by other members of the sect.
Mohammed also said he suspects the authorities, who were served expert opinions on the critical health situation of the cleric and his wife, Mallama Zeenah, may be pursuing a “deliberate attempt to assassinate my parents through deliberate negligence towards their health.”
“Although I do not wish to give in to despair; at this current point, I feel that there is little left that I can do to try to save them, as every single attempt we have currently made has either been deliberately frustrated or simply ignored,” he said.
“Based on all that I have heard from medical experts over the past week, it is with a heavy heart that I decide to say this, but the timeframe during which anything can be done to save their health has virtually run out. There is also at this time nothing that I can cling what little hope I have left on.
“Most disturbing of these issues is the fact that he is beginning to show signs that are very similar to what happened before he had a stroke in January 2018. Where as in the past he had only been suffering intermittent attacks of chronic pain, it has now become virtually a daily occurrence.” (Daily Trust)
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