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Protest: We lost 11 members to Police bullets, 30 injured — Shi’ites

By News Express on 23/07/2019

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Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) said today that 11 people who joined in the Free El-Zakzaky protest in Abuja on Monday were killed by the Nigerian Police.

Ibrahim Musa, president of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria said 30 additional people were injured.

There has been no official figure of casualties by the Police.

The IMN spokesman said the protest by its members was peaceful.

He said trouble started when the police prevented the group who are on a peaceful protest from moving to the Federal Secretariat.

His statement was silent on the burning of the outpost of the National Emergency and Management Agency and two of its Rapid Response vehicles. (Agency Report)


Source News Express

Posted 23/07/2019 05:17:41 AM





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