- The leader of the Shi'ites group, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and his wife, Zeenat, will leave for India today, Monday, August 12
- According to an unconfirmed source, the leader is awaiting airlifting at the Abuja international airport
- It should be noted that the El-Zazaky is being flown to India with some DSS personnel for treatment
Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, will reportedly depart Nigeria for India today, Monday, August 12
According to Daily Trust, the Shi'ites leader with his wife, Zeenat, will leave through the Abuja International airport to India for the Medenta Hospital, New Delhi, India for medical treatment.
A source within the IMN in Kaduna reportedly told Daily Trust correspondent that El-Zakzaky was already in Abuja, waiting to be flown to India along with DSS personnel through a privately chartered aircraft.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that on Monday, August 5, the federal high court Kaduna granted a medical leave to the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and his wife Zeenat.
The court in its leave approval an application for a leave to India for medical treatment for the IMN leader and his wife who have remained in detention at the headquarters of the State Security Services (SSS) in Abuja since December 5.
However, on Wednesday, August 7, the Kaduna state government said it has filed terms for strict supervision of the medical leave granted to him and his wife.
Despite the court order, the Kaduna state commissioner of internal security and home affairs, Samuel Aruwan listed seven conditions for which the IMN leader and his wife will be allowed to travel.
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Some of the conditions are:
1. The ministry of foreign affairs of the Federal Republic of Nigeria shall confirm the appointments of the defendants/applicants with the Medanta Hospital, India, and undertake all necessary diplomatic arrangements and protocols to ensure compliance with the conditions of the medical leave.
2. Each of the defendants/applicants shall undertake to return to Nigeria to continue their trial as soon as they are discharged from the hospital, and shall also be responsible for the cost of their travel, treatment and living expenses while on their medical leave.
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