The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (NIM), Ibraheem El-Zakzaky revealed that he was leaving in well furnished apartment in Nigeria, leaving next to Senate President while detention for four years.
He made this known in video obtained by online newspaper while speaking with some of the guests that visited him at India Hospital.
The cleric, while at the hospital, could be seen detailing his experience to an unidentified Indian official.
He told his guest he made the trip at his own expense, but wondered why the Nigerian government was frustrating his mission.
He said he enjoyed some level of freedom in Nigeria unlike in India where he is in ”prison”.
”I have been about four years in prison now; a house fully furnished. In fact, our next neighbour was the senate president; a large house. I was free to move about.
“Similarly, when they moved me to Kaduna I was in the best area – government reserved area. It is a house fully furnished with large bedrooms and I was free.
“I have never been in detention with police there; in fact, the soldiers used to stay outside at the gate. That is what they have been doing.
“When we came here we were put in prison.
”I will definitely prefer another hospital. I was told that some Shi’ite Ulama came and said I should be allowed to be treated in India,” he narrated.