How we engaged Shi’ite members, arrested El-Zakzaky, wife – Nigerian Army

Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky

The Shi’ite leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, is safe and in protective custody in a very secured facility, his wife is safe and also in protective custody, the General Officer Commanding, 1 Mechanised Army Division, Kaduna, Adeniyi Oyebade, has said.

Speaking at a joint press conference with the Kaduna state Commissioner of Police, Umar Shehu, on Monday at the 1 Division headquarters in Kaduna, Mr. Oyebade, a Major General, defended the army’s action saying it is the responsibility of the security forces to bring law and order back to society within the rules of engagement.

He said: “The Shi’ite leader and his wife are safe and in protective custody even though I do not know how many wives he has since it was reported that his wife is dead and in the course of time, he, himself will be speaking to his members.

“You will recall that on the 12 of December, 2015, Mr. President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Muhammadu Buhari, was in Kaduna state for the convocation of the Kaduna state University and the music festival at the Ahmadu Bello University which myself and the Commissioner of Police as well as staff officers also attended, including the Governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai.

“Just after Mr President left Kaduna to Abuja after a successful official visit, I decided to go to Zaria to meet up with the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, who was to pay a courtesy visit on the Emir of Zazzau and also attend the passing out parade of our recruits in Deport Nigerian Army.

“He (COAS) was coming in from Dutse, because that same week, we held the COAS conference in Dutse, in Jigawa State. He got to Zaria at about 14.30 hours (2.30pm) and the advance security team had cleared the road up to and including the city centre. There was no problem. The same security team made a U-turn to now bring in the COAS’ convoy which is our normal security routine whenever we are escorting our boss.

“But shockingly enough, members of the Shi’ite sect, lead by El-Zakzaky, blocked the Sokoto road to be precise and we found that that was unusual, but because we thought that they were being overzealous so two senior officers in the COAS’ convoy came down from their vehicles appealing to these hoodlums to please clear the road so that the COAS can go ahead with his scheduled programme.

“All entreaties, appeals to this Shi’ite sect members, in their hundreds, refused to budge. It got to the point that they started throwing dangerous missiles, stones, machete and all kinds of traditional or crude weapons I would say at the COAS convoy.

“It was at that point that it dawned on the security forces, especially the bodyguards of the Chief, including our quick response group stationed in Zaria, that this was not something that happened spontaneously. It was in our calculation premeditated and of course whenever any VIP or any facility is under our charge, we must secure that person or the property, in this case, the COAS. And it came to the quick conclusion of the security forces that the life of the COAS was under threat and they had no other option than to force their way through the blockage including the use of lethal weapons.

“That is allowed within the rules of engagement. As if that was not enough, as he was moving through, they we mobilizing in their hundreds. Thankfully, the COAS was able to wade through these hoodlums and went on to pay homage to the Emir before getting to Deport Nigerian Army.

“While this was going on, recall I said we had just seen off the president in company of the CP, I got a report from my commanders in Zaria of what was happening and of course, I started racing to the scene to find out exactly what was happening. But thankfully, by the time I got there the COAS had passed through. But then, we got reports that the Shi’ite members where mobilizing across Zaria in their various enclaves, shrines or what have you.

“As the GOC of 1 Division I take that very seriously that the life of the COAS is under threat and within the rules of engagement permissible by law, I had to bring the forces available to me to bring the situation under control and that was exactly what I did. But because we are operating in a city, we also informed the police of what was happening and they also provided the mobile police force to be able to restore law and order.

“My initial orders to the security agencies were just to keep everywhere cool and calm but little did we know that we were in for a bloody night. As you all know, the Shi’ite members numbered in their thousands and they were mobilizing and attacking security forces across Zaria.

“Again within the rules of engagement, we had to use the force available to bring it down and that was exactly what we did. Quite a number of our security forces were also casualties in this dastardly act by the sect so also some members of the Shi’ite sect. And because of the report we had that they were mobilizing at their three key strong points including the big temple called the Hussaniyya, the area occupied by the sect leader in Gyelleus and another temple somewhere on Danbo road, I decided that I had to bring the situation under control by securing those three sites.

“In the course of this engagement, of course there were casualties, there were also causalities among the security forces. In that operation, I made one categorical statement to my men, we must within the rules of our engagement make sure as much as it was feasible then to bring in the leader of the sect alive. We do not want him dead. He is a citizen of Nigeria. But we felt that, given the raging violence in the city, it was important that we bring him into protective custody. At about 9.15 today (yesterday) morning we successfully executed that.

“I want to send a message across all the Shi’ite members across the length and breadth of Nigeria especially in North-West zone under my charge, I urge them to keep the peace, I urge them to be law abiding, I urge them not to offer violence to members of the security forces, I urge them to go about their activities peacefully,’ he said.

He accused the sect of denying the communities surrounding their shrines freedom, adding that “I want to assure them that the security forces have nothing against the sect and in fact, I see them as my brothers and sister for the simple reason that we are all Nigerians and we all have the same rights under the law.”


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  • felixt

    won’t “How we engaged the shiite” be a better header for this piece of report. Your header could have also been “How the Shiites killed the soldiers” since the military said they suffered some casualties too. This bias reporting is part of the problems of Nigeria. You are fueling violence.
    Your reporting style is wicked and anti society. Checkit out this reporter is a muslim

    • danladi

      “WHY WE KILLED Shi’ite members” would have been a better headline. I agree with you.

      • neekap234

        Editor Premium Times,

        I don’t know why the army killed these Shiite Muslims in their private residence
        and worshiping center. Were those ones killed at home also blocking the Chief
        of Army too? The army explanation does not make sense to me one bit. I will not
        be surprised if this case escalates. President Buhari should be ready to face an
        international criminal tribunal for mass murder. The International Criminal Court
        will not accept the story the army has told. It won’t make sense to court Judges.
        This is GENOCIDE in case President Buhari is wondering what’s just happened.

        • SB

          You will know. Has the army in mass come to attack a mass without any course. Next time you yourself should try and attack the military convoy, then you will know why

    • REDEEM

      The soldiers had no business with these crisis–They were sent by Buhari a Sunni Muslimi to kill the Shiites–period–Because what was really required in this case was POLICE ACTION—–not army–In accordance with the Geneva (Rules of Engagement) with protesters which the soldiers do not seem to know anything about-with regards to dealing with demostrators—-The first action u take in such situation—is to invite the police to attempt to quell the riot or whatever” That is why we have riot police in Nigeria———————Papa Buhari! And not for soldiers to start firing humans as if they are goats——Even during the civil war——the first act of Gowon, was with the Police–and not the army—-We are waiting for Buhari to address the Nation on how he went into hiding soon after he ordered the soldiers to shooooooot at sight———————-Sadly these are the same people who sang (Sie Buhari) just hours ago-in the Fulani North–Now cursing the day Buhari the monster!!!! We are in for the worst experience in the history of Nigeria-Now that his Fulani Tuareg thoughts, have been corrupted with the award of a fake doctorate degree—-for a man who could not even pass his school cert-And who enlisted into the army with his wayo letter of recommendation——-Yes Buhari should confess to us how much he collected from Dasuki we know 2.4b—It could be more———Separation is the answer–not the rule of the Fulanis ati Yoruba traitors!

      • muazu wali

        A mindset blinded by prejudice and hatred for anything northern.

        • REDEEM

          I have in almost all my comments attacked Fulani—Tuaregs–Meaning the God Forsaken Ones in Arabic –The Yorubas and Ibos-Have not spared any of them—in my comments– And as an Ijaw man will forever hold these socalled major tribes and their leaders accountable for the mess in the country———————–Sadly the insult being poured on Jonathan is not different what they the Fulanis ati Ibos told us about Awo—————-Then Zik–soon after the war—Not one Fulani elite was ever sent to the cleaners by these socalled major tribes—–Unfortunately the Fulanis have never been blessed with the wisdom to lead a shaky country like Nigeria———————-The states and Areaw yes–Not Nigeria

      • muazu wali

        The facts do not support.your points. Look at Jonathan who killed Nigeria in six years. Edwin Clark hls godfather disowned him. He was jidged as the most incompetent president Nigeria ever had.

  • SB

    A religious group carrying arms. There is God ooooooo. Next time let them carry arms against the military, then they will know what happen next. These miltary men are people’s fathers, cousins, wife, brothers and sisters.

  • REDEEM

    ,Below are his explanation on the reasons why he granted Chief Raymond Dokpesi bail.

    1. He granted Chief Dokpesi Bail but with conditions.
    Two sureties in the sum of N200m each.
    One must be a serving or retired civil servant (director level).

    2. He put the EFCC on notice that he was already looking at some errors in their case and warned them in advance.
    For instance he wondered how they intend to prove that Dokpesi laundered govt money when he was charged alone…since he is not a govt employee.
    He also wondered how they could have asked him to deny Dokpesi bail because “the issue was one of national security which related to the diversion of money meant for arms, which led to the deaths of soldiers” when in the 6 count charge NOTHING of the such was mentioned.

    3. He asked the lawyers to file an application for the media houses who have been leaking confidential documents about the case and promised to make an example out of a few to deter others.

    4. He was unequivocal when he mandated that on no grounds should the EFCC re-arrest Dokpesi on any other matter while on bail. That he knows their (EFCC) rascality and he is putting them on notice that if they need Dokpesi, they should invite him by writing through his lawyers and give 48hrs notice. Dokpesi can only be questioned between the hours of 10am and 6pm and that should not be abused. If they want to question him outside these hours they should write to the court specially.

    Finally, he was crystal clear about how keen the courts are to fight corruption, but stressed that it would not make any sense to attempt to do so through corrupt processes. –

    • Otunba Ayo Payne

      Redeem For instance, VANGUARD newspaper reported yesterday that EFCC announced itself
      as being in a dilemma on how to investigate Sanusi Lamido Sanusi – who was Governor of Central Bank
      under Goodluck Jonathan regarding these thefts. But that’s hypocrisy. Why dilemma? Did Sanusi Lamido
      commit these offences wearing the toga of Emir of Kano? No! So, why a dilemma if the toga was not an
      intervening event but a latter-day happenstance occurring after all the offences had been completed?
      There’s no immunity for any Emir of Kano under the law for past acts of thefts or economic sabotage.
      If the new EFCC Chairman is confused by tribalism, he should consult his lawyers. As matters stand,
      Sanusi Lamido Sanusi must be arrested as a principal offender in this serial theft. There is no way
      the beneficiaries can be arrested and arraigned with logical justification when those who conspired
      to take the cash out of the treasury are left alone. It makes no sense at all to an educated person.
      If President Muhammadu Buhari is not a joke he should order the arrest of Sanusi Lamido now.
      Buhari’s anti-corruption war has no shape or form, as yet, but a plain bias and tribal slant to it.

      • New Nigerian

        Did you say Vanguard? You know that is junk newspapers, right? Seriously – you are quoting Vanguard who made claims without proof? Why would anyone want to question Sanusi for something that happened during the term of office of Emiefele…Vanguard reporter was being mischievous and you better know it

    • 007bond

      BUHARI, SET NIGERIA ARIGHT ON A 360° degree TURN TO RECTITUDE.

      ARREST AND INVESTIGATE NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA AND SANUSI LAMIDO.

      THEY WERE TWO KEY FINANCIAL ACTORS UNDER GOODLUCK JONATHAN.

  • IZON REDEEMER

    The soldiers had no business with these crisis–They were sent by Buhari a Sunni Muslimi to kill the Shiites–period–Because what was really required in this case was POLICE ACTION—–not army–In accordance with the Geneva (Rules of Engagement) with protesters which the soldiers do not seem to know anything about-with regards to dealing with demostrators—-The first action u take in such situation—is to invite the police to attempt to quell the riot or whatever” That is why we have riot police in Nigeria———————Papa Buhari! And not for soldiers to start firing humans as if they are goats——Even during the civil war——the first act of Gowon, was with the Police–and not the army—-We are waiting for Buhari to address the Nation on how he went into hiding soon after he ordered the soldiers to shooooooot at sight———————-Sadly these are the same people who sang (Sie Buhari) just hours ago-in the Fulani North–Now cursing the day Buhari the monster!!!! We are in for the worst experience in the history of Nigeria-Now that his Fulani Tuareg thoughts, have been corrupted with the award of a fake doctorate degree—-for a man who could not even pass his school cert-And who enlisted into the army with his wayo letter of recommendation——-Yes Buhari should confess to us how much he collected from Dasuki we know 2.4b—It could be more———Separation is the answer–not the rule of the Fulanis ati Yoruba traitors!……

  • ladelegan Orly

    @Redeem,

    The attorney-general Malami S.A.N was cautioned on this page a few days ago by an overseas lawyer,
    who wrote in to say that the attorney-general was on the wrong road. The attorney general was adamant.
    Now, as you wrote below, the trial Judge has once again alerted that the attorney-general may just have
    brought incompetent charges to court. So far, the attorney general Malami S.A.N who supervises and
    approves EFCC litigation, has remained adamant. I will not be surprised if at the end the Buhari regime
    is disgraced on points of law. Foreign governments have not been amused by the mis-performance of
    the Buhari cabinet, especially on the main issue of anti-corruption which has not been done aptly or
    done with demonstrable sense or knowledge, despite Buhari having a bogus Advisory Committee.

  • NazirJos

    The Shi’it group drew the first blood, but the force used by the military was way more aggressive…just like you had a child, the child misbehaved, and instead of slapping him, you broke his leg. We are happy Boko Haram is almost finished and now this. May Allah bring end to this turmoil.

  • SECESSIONIST

    ================BUHARI IS NOT ALONE==============
    Why should Premumu Times raise the alarm over Buhari’s habitual indifference to the killings of Nigerians? This is cruelty from Premumu Times. Cruelty my friends. Cruelty! Buhari did not spoke after the killings of scores of peaceful Biafran protestors in Onotsha, Enugu and elsewhere in Biafran Republic, but you want him to spoken on the death of people in Zaria. Is it different blood you have flowing in the bodies of the dead in Zaria? Do their lives matter more than the lives of the innocent killed in Biafra? Come on Premumu Times, una own don too much. It is now visible to the blind on whose side you belong and how ethnic bias guards and guides your story lines, Editorials and over all news reportage – sifting stories to prop up the clueless once described by El – Rufai as “perpetually unelectable”. Shame? Shame!

    A secession referendum to determine those nations within Nigeria which still want to remain in the union and the basis thereof is a most appropraite thing to embark on at this moment of high tension. Nigeria has always been a huge joke. Huge joke indeed.

  • Does BUHARI have a CONSCIENCE?

    ”Aside the 105 soldiers killed by Boko Haram, additional 34 soldiers were killed 2 days ago but it wasn’t in the news”- Deji Adeyanju.

    The most heartless and reprehensible thing that our government could have done is to cover-up the fact that 105 of our soldiers were killed by Boko Haram a few days ago. To do such a thing is simply evil. The government has not only dishonored them by not acknowledging their sacrifice but they have also buried them in the wilderness like rabid dogs. This is wickedness of the highest order and President Buhari, his Chief of Army Staff and his Minister of Defense should bury their heads in shame. —- Fani Olukayode

    • OdeyPeter Odo

      Who are these 105 soldiers? Who’s brothers are there? Or are they from the moon?

  • wheingo

    One thing i know about the army or Nigerian soldier in particular, is that they don’t just interfere or mind you unless you get in to their way or business or draw their attention, these guys (army) are ethical, with high sense of morals and proper rules of engagement. And for the record the road is a Federal government property and they shouldn’t hinder other commuters the right to passage that’s what they do if they are on their procession no matter who you are yo can’t pass until they are gone in that case what happen to people that are in need of emergency care or something?

  • REDEEM

    ,Below are his explanation on the reasons why he granted Chief Raymond Dokpesi bail.

    1. He granted Chief Dokpesi Bail but with conditions.
    Two sureties in the sum of N200m each.
    One must be a serving or retired civil servant (director level).

    2. He put the EFCC on notice that he was already looking at some errors in their case and warned them in advance.
    For instance he wondered how they intend to prove that Dokpesi laundered govt money when he was charged alone…since he is not a govt employee.
    He also wondered how they could have asked him to deny Dokpesi bail because “the issue was one of national security which related to the diversion of money meant for arms, which led to the deaths of soldiers” when in the 6 count charge NOTHING of the such was mentioned.

    3. He asked the lawyers to file an application for the media houses who have been leaking confidential documents about the case and promised to make an example out of a few to deter others.

    4. He was unequivocal when he mandated that on no grounds should the EFCC re-arrest Dokpesi on any other matter while on bail. That he knows their (EFCC) rascality and he is putting them on notice that if they need Dokpesi, they should invite him by writing through his lawyers and give 48hrs notice. Dokpesi can only be questioned between the hours of 10am and 6pm and that should not be abused. If they want to question him outside these hours they should write to the court specially.

    Finally, he was crystal clear about how keen the courts are to fight corruption, but stressed that it would not make any sense to attempt to do so through corrupt processes. -Buhari should explain to the Nation how he collected 2.4b from Dasuki and the 5 bullet proof cars-following the fake –stage managed boko haram led assassination attempt on his life–

  • REDEEM

    Below are his explanation on the reasons why he granted Chief Raymond Dokpesi bail.

    1. He granted Chief Dokpesi Bail but with conditions.
    Two sureties in the sum of N200m each.
    One must be a serving or retired civil servant (director level).

    2. He put the EFCC on notice that he was already looking at some errors in their case and warned them in advance.
    For instance he wondered how they intend to prove that Dokpesi laundered govt money when he was charged alone…since he is not a govt employee.
    He also wondered how they could have asked him to deny Dokpesi bail because “the issue was one of national security which related to the diversion of money meant for arms, which led to the deaths of soldiers” when in the 6 count charge NOTHING of the such was mentioned.

    3. He asked the lawyers to file an application for the media houses who have been leaking confidential documents about the case and promised to make an example out of a few to deter others.

    4. He was unequivocal when he mandated that on no grounds should the EFCC re-arrest Dokpesi on any other matter while on bail. That he knows their (EFCC) rascality and he is putting them on notice that if they need Dokpesi, they should invite him by writing through his lawyers and give 48hrs notice. Dokpesi can only be questioned between the hours of 10am and 6pm and that should not be abused. If they want to question him outside these hours they should write to the court specially.

    Finally, he was crystal clear about how keen the courts are to fight corruption, but stressed that it would not make any sense to attempt to do so through corrupt processes. -Buhari should explain to the Nation how he collected 2.4b from Dasuki and the 5 bullet proof cars-following the fake –stage managed boko haram led assassination attempt on his life–

  • FreeNigeria

    Nigerian religion leaders are the most lawless people you can find anywhere in the world. They act as if they are wild animals in the forest and feel above the law. I guess they feel they are lords

  • ayo

    Nigeria is dead back to 1984 when even laws are backdated to trap and kill innocent Nigerians.buhari is a terminal affliction on Nigeria. I warned my country men and women but because yorubas must betray,back stab and give their landmarks Judas kiss ,they did not care.yorubas have betrayed Nigeria into the evil jaws and bloody claws of the most sophisticated axis of evil in black race.may this cup pass away without permanently destroying our nation. Only six months of this malicious sleepwalking, hate and fist of anger presidency,Nigeria is already in coma with sorrow ,blood and tears every where.Oh God forgive the treachery of the Judas race and show pity to our nation and save us from this calamity.

    • muazu wali

      Nigeria is alive. She may have had hrr share of challenges but presently she is on her way to recovery. With Buhhari as President for the next three and a half years the immediate future is very bright.

      • ayo

        Bros your optimism is good but 7 months into this calamity called change,Nigeria have taken the turn for the worst.apart from the noise ,propaganda, blackmail and empty promises coming from the axis of evil APC mega phone,there is nothing on ground to suggests that hope is in the offing. Please supposing that majority of Nigerians have not seen the bases for your optimism, can you in clear and unmistakable terms show forth any plan or actions of this very weak,tired,demented,malicious, hate charged sleepwalking President that can form the bases for your optimism or are you among the bewitched hollow minded almajiri imbeciles that are shouting rankadede and sai baba to those robbing them of their future and destinies. Buhari is an unmitigated calamity and a very sad and regrettable mistake to the future, unity,wellbeing and prosperity of our nation

        • muazu wali

          We all agree that Nigeria is in a bad shape. But how can it be repaired in seven months! Had Buhari continued his reforms which he started in 1984 we would not been where we are today. All these crooks would have been banned from holding public office. Look at queuing introduced by him. It has become a nigerian habbit. In order to make a good judgement one should know where we were, where we are now and where we intend to be.

          • ayo

            My bros let me specially commend you for your civilized reply to my post,I think we can now go a bit further to discuss .my take is that buhari is very very unfit,unprepared, unlearned and too weak and tired both in the mind,soul and body as to be charged with the responsibilities of presiding over the affairs of Nigeria at this auspicious time .Jonathan is far miles ahead of this national mistake.jega must apologize to Nigerians for his ignorable roles in fraudulently imposing this calamity on Nigeria. Nigeria is worst off under buhari because apart from buharis physiological and mental weakness, his unpreparedness for the office he is holding, buhari have allowed pettiness, malice,hatred of Nigerians who do not share his warped thoughts,faith,tribe and ethnicity ,to becloud his mind and sight to the extent that buhari has surrounded himself and office with characters that are more hollow minded ,myopic and empty than himself. The result is that a government facing the kind of challenges being faced by buharis administration is without any plan,articulation or grasp of issues at stake not to talk about designing any solution at all.for Gods sake our nation is in bad shape and bad hands.look at buharis entire cabinet and point out any person with sound economic pedigree and exceptional abilities to lift our nation. Buhari is just sleepwalking around while osibanjo is busy running round media establishments to buy their favour so that the media shall become veritable allies and conspirators with this calamity to keep on peddling falsehoods ,false hope and false promises to Nigerians while covering up the calamitous gaffes of this sleepwalking presidency. May God save our nation from this conspirators.

          • muazu wali

            At the 2015 general election there were two presidential candidates, Buhari and Jonathan. Who would we choose. When people are faced with a choice between two evils there is really no choice but people tend to choose the lesser evil.

          • ayo

            As far as I know, talking about evils,buhari have left no one in doubt about his affinity with what you called evil .e.g his support for boko haram terrorists killing our people and wasting the lives and destinies of innocent Nigerians etc but about Jonathan I saw no evil about him save for the fact that he was an ijaw man who allowed every Nigerian to have a sense of belonging in the Nigerian project and his refusal to start killing Nigerians as obj did in odi,zakibiam,and choba and as buhari is now doing in Zaria and Onitsha.

          • muazu wali

            Let us agree to disagree. He is an Ijaw man a kinsman. If Buhari killed people as you allege the Ijaw chief killed Nigerian economy as we hear and see daily.

          • ayo

            Guy not really, on the contrary,Nigerian economy became the biggest in Africa during the 5 years of Jonathan presidency and all the indexes used to measure economic growth was on the positive out look until few months after may 29 when calamity took over Nigeria because a sleepwalking old ,tired ,weak ,completely worn out buhari without any idea or clue about modern day leadership was imposed on Nigeria through the most fraudulent polls in the history of our nation.please do your self a favour by taking a sheet of white paper and writing the difference between 1.all share index by may 29 and today,price of petrol ,dollar to naira,a bag of rice,a bag of flower,purchasing power of average Nigerians,the quantity of crude sold ,the electricity availability, the security situation etc.buhari have brought evil omen to Nigeria and had mortally wounded our nation on all sides.buhari have been sustaining his calamitous lack luster almajiri somersaults with corrupt media blitz and propaganda but 7 months down the line ,there is no place to his again having exhausted all the unmerited good will that Nigerians erroneously gave him .by next year buhari may even resign his position because even nature is against him.

          • muazu wali

            Commonsense does not accept that these economic problems occurred in six months. You are blinded by ethnicity and nursing the overwhelming defeat of your kinsman.

          • ayo

            . No matter how thick lies can be ,only a spark of truth shall demolish it.you APC hired e rats can’t do more than resorting to irresponsible and hollow minded hate outbursts .This president is a calamity and a debilitating terminal affliction to the peace,progress,unity ,prosperity and well being of Nigeria. The morning shows the day,after seven months on the saddle, all that buhari was able to do after falsely promising eldorado to hollow minded hate bigoted Nigerians was to run down our nation and give sorrow ,tears and blood with despondency, anguish, pain and death to those who errornously bought into the lies of apc.may God run down the lives of those who have continued to decieve Nigerians to continue to support a tested and proved calamity as a saviour ,the very same way that buhari have bankrupted and ran down our nation within seven months. May divine retributions be the portion of those who imposed this terminal tumor on Nigeria.

          • muazu wali

            Amin. May Buhari collect all the loot and send PDP looters to jail. Amin

  • CONSCIENCE

    Imported violent ideologies. It’s true, Buhari is for nobody but for everybody. They got what they deserved. No room for extremism. All violent groups be warned. A democratically elected military man is in power.

  • mike

    Army is 100% right. Stop those terrorists with their leader: Ibrahim alzakzaki.

  • tunde

    The country is secular in religion and there is freedon of movement .Do not take law into your own hands.This is in constitution.