National Assembly Protest: Shiites Deny Killing Security Operatives


On Tuesday, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) denied reports that its protesting members attacked police officers attached to the entrance of the National Assembly.

Shiites Deny Killing Security Operatives
Shiites Leader, El-Zakzaky

In a statement released by the group’s spokesperson, Abdullahi Musa, police officers at the gate fired tear gas at the members before firing live ammunition, which claimed two lives in the process.

He said: “As we reached the gate, the police officers fired tear gas at us and started shooting live bullets. In the process, they killed two of us and mistakenly shot one of them,” he said.

The IMN members were protesting the continued detention of their leader, El Zakzaky by the federal government.

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Author: Brainnews