The Leader of Islamic Movement of Nigeria, which is popularly known as Shiite Group, Shiek Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, has debunked the rumours making the rounds that he is dead.
El-Zakzaky, who has reportedly been in the custody of the DSS, thanked Nigerians for their prayers. The journalists moved towards him.
In a swift reaction however to the release of the video clip by security agents, the Free Zakzaky Campaign Team berated the Buhari administration for failing to free the Sheikh completely as ordered by the High Court.
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"It was severe on me on Monday but subsequently it started subsiding and for the first time at least the security allowed me to see my own Doctors".
The Shiite leader who was dressed in a white flowing gown with turban was literally ambushed by journalists at the detention facility in a plot obviously executed by the DSS to take sail out of the rumour that he has died in their custody.
The cleric and his wife had sustained gunshot wounds during their arrests. "But he is very sick". "He has developed stroke in detention", Falana had said.
He lost the sight in his left eye during two days of unrest, in which troops allegedly killed more than 300 IMN supporters and arrested hundreds of others.
In 2016, Nigeria's northern state of Kaduna declared IMN - a minority sect in the mainly Sunni Muslim north - unlawful on security grounds, angering its adherents as anyone convicted of being a member could be imprisoned for up to seven years.