Shiites React to Killing Of Top Police Officer, Journalist [See Statement]

Press Release  Yesterday the Nigeria police force headquarters issued a press statement in which it ascribed the death of DCP Usman A.K Umar in particular to the Islamic Movement in Nigeria under the leadership of the illegally detained Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. We vehemently condemn such insinuation which we believe was done in bad taste to…

Police Confirm Killing of Senior Officer by Shiites, Talk Tough 

The Police on Monday confirmed the death of Mr Usman Umar, a Deputy Commissioner of Police, in the violent protest by members of the Shiitte movement in Abuja. In a statement by Force Spokesman, DCP Frank Mba, in Abuja, he said that two other officers and a Channels’ Television Reporter were injured in the incident….

Bloody Monday as Police, Shiites Clash in Abuja

The police on Monday shot and killed some members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) popularly called Shiite group during a protest in Abuja. Members of the group were protesting the continued detention of their leader, Sheikh Ibrahim Elzakzaky by the federal government when the protest turned bloody. A journalist with Channels TV was…

Buhari govt makes history after becoming the first govt to disobey 6 court orders after Court of Appeal in Abuja grants Nigeria’s former NSA Sambo Dasuki bail.

The Federal government has once again disobeyed a court order granting former NSA Sambo Dasuki bail. The latest order came from the Court of Appeal Abuja division. The three justices unanimously agreed that the Sambo Dasuki should be released on bail pending his continued trial. They put the bond at N100m and two sureties. Sambo…

BREAKING: Federal High Court orders the reopening of AIT & Ray Power

Justice Ekwo Inyang of the Federal High Court Abuja has ordered the FG and DAAR Communications Plc to maintain status quo as the situation was as at Friday, May 31 when the processes were filed. This ruling invalidates the announced suspension of DAAR’s operating licence by the DG of NBC Modibbo Kawu yesterday.