Kaduna state governor Mr. Nasir El-Rufai has today demolished the Sheikh Zakzaky’s mother’s grave at Unguwar Jushi in Zaria.
Sheikh Zakzaky’s mother, Malama Hari Jamo was buried there last year.
In a related development, Muhammad Mahdi Garba published the following on his Facebook wall:
I just got this message from Mohammed Ibraheem Zakzaky [son of Sheikh El-Zakzaky]:
“I don’t know if you are aware of what has been going on for the past few days, but demolition teams backed by the army and looters have been going about destroying all properties associated with my father or the Islamic movement. Including privately owned homes.
“Yesterday they exhumed over sixty graves, including that of my three brothers who where killed last year.
“Now they are on their way to demolish my aunt’s house, which is also where my grandmother and an aunt are buried.”
-Ibn Fodiyyo Forum,
The houses before they were demolished
Elombah.com had earlier published about a brewing tension in Kaduna state as Nigeria Army, after killing thousands of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and arresting the leader of the movement Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) illegally, engaged in demolishing structures owned by the Islamic Movement.
Umar Shuaibu, Member of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, reported that the house of the Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, and the Islamic Movement Centre (Hussainiyyah Baqiyyatullah ) were the first place destroyed by the Nigerian army in a plan designed by the American Intelligent Agency (CIA), and Israel Intelligent Agency (MOSSAD) endorsed by the Nigerian Secret Police SSS under the leadership of Musa Lawan Daura to destroyed the Islamic Movement in Nigeria completely before the first tenure of President Muhammadu Buhari expires.
Supporting the operation, Governor of Kaduna State Nasir El-Rufa’i earlier said through the media that the reason for demolishing the Islamic center is that the building was not approved by the government.
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