Published On: Sun, Nov 4th, 2018

Shiites Releases 34 Names Of Members Allegedly Killed By Soldiers

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By Sadiq Umar – The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has released the names of 34 of its members allegedly shot dead by soldiers between October 27 and October 30, 2018.

The IMN members otherwise known as Shiites had clashed with soldiers during its Arbaeen procession in Abuja in which scores were allegedly killed by security last week.

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The incident had attracted wide condemnation locally and internationally.

In a statement on Sunday, the group listed 34 names of those it accused soldiers of murdering, saying it would update the list to accommodate names of death that are yet to be identified.

According to the group, most of the dead were buried in Zaria, Kaduna state, while family members claimed the bodies of others.

The list of the 34 Shi’ite protesters allegedly killed by soldiers below:

Abdulaziz Ibrahim (Maigana, Kaduna State)

Rabi’u Abdulwahab (Malumfashi, Katsina State)

Minka’ilu Shu’aibu (Kudan, Kaduna State)

Muhammad Hussain (Sokoto, Sokoto State)

Abdu Dijana (Suleja, Niger State)

Ukasha Dayyabu (Madalla, Niger State)

Faru’q Ahmad Garba

Sulaima SK

Muhammad Soje

Fatima Yahaya Musa

Malam Abu Qasim (Gaji, Bauchi State)

Surajo Adam (Garu, Borno State)

Ja’afar Yusuf (Keffi, Nasarawa State)

Saeed Adamu (Awe, Nasarawa State)

Lawal Ibrahim (Tudun Baushe Maraban Kafanchan, Kaduna State)

Kamal Muhammad Haruna (Kaduna, Kaduna State)

Al-Kasim Minka’il

Huzaifa Musa

Abdulaziz Haruna (Bauchi, Bauchi State)

Muhammad Sani Awwal (Bauchi, Bauchi State)

Zangina Muhammad Garba (Bauchi, Bauchi State)

Isma’il Shu’aibu Alramma (Bauchi, Bauchi State)

Aliuu Munnir (Mutum Biyu, Taraba State)

Hamisu Muhammad (Zaria, Kaduna State)

Abbas Muhammad

Munnir Muhammad (Samaru Zaria, Kaduna State)

Sa’id Zubairu (Maraba Abuja, FCT)

Abdullahi Sabo Muhammad (Yauri, Kebbi State)

Umar Abdullahi

Mansur Lawal (Bauchi, Bauchi State)

Umar Abdullahi Dogon Haris (Adamawa State)

Abubakar Dadda’u (Gombe, Gombe State)

Imrana Abdullahi

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