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Deputy Commissioner of Police killed by Islamic Movement (Shiites)

DURING PEACEFUL PROTEST THAT TURNED BLOODY IN ABUJA CAPITAL OF NIGERIA,

Rumours have it that shittes members play roles in Government, If not, why will police officers watch Shiites with their own guns in their hands doing nothing as they killed UMr-BELEL or rather is his members who killed him and shifting the blams to Shiites memebers? this is some of the questions asking for answers.

The so-called Peaceful Protest which the second phase started over two weeks now at federal capital tertiary of Nigeria turn bloody and has ended the lives of many, lost of properties and the life of a Police officer DCP Umar Belel who is in charge of Operation in the FCT Police Command.

A Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of Operations at the FCT Command, Usman Umar, has been confirmed killed in a clash between the Shiites and police personnel in Abuja. 

According to a statement from the Force Headquarters, DCP Umar was killed in a protest involving about 3000 members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) who have been calling for the release of their leader, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, alongside are corp member with channels television and  Others

It was stated that two Assistant Superintendents of Police were injured in the clash which also saw a Staff of Channels Television sustain serious injury.

Meanwhile, The Police officers attached to the section and the operational leader watched those protesters killing their Superior in their presence, what were they thinking or doing with their own guns in their hands?? that they Can’t even defend themselves and defend their leader?? oh

Is no longer a story that since the APC Administration lead by Muhamad Buhari that there has been a ban on protesting in Nigerian, suggesting that Nigeria is fast sliding into anarchy system of Government,  because protesters in Nigeria, who were drawn from different phase of life and state in Nigeria  even the several civil society organizations, such as The Free Nigeria Movement, Network on Police Reform in Nigeria and other pro-democracy groups, who have attempted to storm the Presidential Villa, Abuja, but were prevented from doing so by armed police operatives i different ways.

The security operatives formed a cordon around the access road to the State House and thwarted plans by the protesters and campaigners to take their grievances to the seat of power. even some has been arrested as that silencing Nigerians into deafness or into the state of the nation today.

This is because indirectly, the boldness/courage and gut have been taken away from most Nigerians who rather will prefer to watch rather than speak.

But Shiite’s situation is quite different as they cannot be silenced or stopped, one will begin to think, that some people actually are more privilege than others, as long as the nation Nigeria exist, if not why would   Shiites’ members have the gut, effrontery to approached the seat of power, burning and killing men in uniform, I truly share with them demanding for the release of their leader it showed, loyalty and  empathy for their leader but they should have done it peaceful or I should blame the system of Government that Muhammad Buhari or APC are using,,

But story available to us showed that two different fractions are demanding for a different thing as regards to EL-ZAKZAKY.

and federal Government have the fear that if he is been released he might be killed and that will be a bigger problem for the nation oh someone just asks was it the reason for disobeying the court order.

Hold on and read this!!!

El-Zakzaky To Remain In Custody, As  Court Adjourns Trial

The Kaduna State High court has adjourned the trial of the embattled leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenat.

The Shiites’ leader is currently facing trial over allegations of culpable homicide, unlawful assembly, and disruption of the public peace, among other charges.

He had earlier been denied bail by the presiding Judge, Justice Gideon Kurada during the last sitting on November 7, 2018.

In the application for bail he filed on June 6, 2018, El Zakzaky’s lawyer, Maxwell Kyon, told the court that his client’s health had badly deteriorated as a result of injuries he sustained in 2015 and his long stay in the custody of the DSS, hence the need for him and his wife to have access to urgent medical attention.

The prosecuting counsel, however, opposed the bail application, contending that the reason advanced by El Zakzkay’s lawyer was not enough to grant him bail.

In his ruling at the time, Justice Kurada said El Zakzkay’s lawyer had failed to support his request for bail with enough medical evidence that would allow the court to exercise its discretion in his favour.

Consequently, he ordered that both of them be remanded in the custody of the Department of State Security Services (DSS) throughout the period of their trial.

The case was then adjourned to January 22, 2019, for accelerated trial.

At the resumed hearing, the prosecuting counsel, Bayero Debris, said the presiding judge again, adjourned the trial to March 25, 2019, to enable El-Zakzaky and his wife get proper medical attention.

El-zakzaky and his wife have been held since December 2015 in the wake of Shiites clash with the army in Zaria causing deaths of hundreds of Nigerians.

His followers regularly take to the streets to protest his prolonged detention forcefully without obeying or listening to the GOVERNMENT ORDER.

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