Book written on “2015 Zaria massacre” launched in Kaduna

  • News Code : 1637
  • News source: شفقنا

Summary The Kaduna zone of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has on Sunday, 11th of March, 2018, launched a book written on “2015 Zaria Massacre”. The spectacular event took place at the premises of Fudiyyah D/Madami, H/Rigasa Kaduna with numerous brothers and sisters in attendance from all nook and cranny of the city.


The Kaduna zone of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has on Sunday, 11th of March, 2018, launched a book written on “2015 Zaria Massacre”. The spectacular event took place at the premises of Fudiyyah D/Madami, H/Rigasa Kaduna with numerous brothers and sisters in attendance from all nook and cranny of the city.

The book was written by Almizan Publication Company, a division of Madia Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. It is a book that compiled all the atrocities of Nigerian army during the old aged plan of 2015 Zaria massacre. It also compiled the eyewitnesses reports and escaped victims of the pogrom.

Professor Dahiru Yahaya of B.U.K. Kano was the guest speaker. During his speech, he emphasized on the scapegoatism acts of Nigerian army and their commander in chief President Buhari diring the unprecedented deadly Zaria massacre.

“There is no government in Nigeria. There are no right thinkers in the name of leaders/leadership in Nigeria. In a nutshell, I am categorically saying that, it is animals that perpetrated the heinous Zaria massacre not human beings nor Western educated leaders. Western educated leaders do not violate the rights of their citizens talk less of indiscriminate pogrom on innocent and law abiding citizens”. Says Professor Dahiru Yahaya.

He expressed optimism on Sheikh Zakzaky’s call and domination Shia’s doctrine in this immediate environment, Nigeria, and the entire Africa in near future.

After his speech, different units of the zone and individual brothers and sisters launched the book on different amount ranging from N2000 and above.

Below are some pictures captured during the event.