By Muhammad Isa A
The ancient central city of Kano, Nigeria was on Sunday the 21st of Feb, filled up with protesters and sympathizers of Victims of Zaria December 12-14th, 2015 Massacre by the Nigerian Army
While calling for the immediate unconditional release of leader of the Islamic Movement Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H) and information of hundreds of detained or killed Muslims.
The protesters, carrying banners and placards, highlighting December 12-14th Zaria massacre and the demand of the Islamic movement also chanted their paramount demands whcih is the release of its leader Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H).
Protesters had earlier moved away from the announced old Kano city Friday mosque starting point to nearby Qadiriyyah center on seeing the stationing of Police within its vicinity. The protest march followed Makwarari neighborhood, Jakara market, Kofar Wambai, Wambai market, IBB way, Kofar Mazugal and ended at Old Kano city Filin Dalar Gyada.
Many residents of the old Kano city voiced out their dismay on the December 12-14th Zaria massacre and were amazed despite all form of injustice the president they voted that they hoped will spearhead positive development has shown no concern on all form of injustice.
Mal Sunusi Abdulkadir Koki in the closing speech he delivered, reiterated the demands of the Islamic Movement, which include the unconditional release of Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky.
He also stressed Islamic movement would not relent in taking appropriate measures in seeing Shaikh Zakzaky (H), inclduing all unduly held followers of the Shaikh are released. He also demanded for the return of dead bodies of those killed by Nigerian army for appropriate burial as well as paying due compensation on all destroyed properties.
Protesters before closing prayers unequivocally pledged their allegiance to remain resolute in standing up against all injustice.