Islamic Movement In Nigeria
Despite being proscribed by the federal government, member of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, called Shiites,on Wednesday, December 25, expressed love and care to Christians in Kaduna.
The Coalition Against Terrorism and Extremism (CATE) has faulted the recent report by the United States of America which placed Nigeria under a special watch list of countries that lack religious tolerance.
Following allegations of rights violations, the United States has put Nigeria's on a special watch list of countries that have engaged in or tolerated “severe violations of religious freedom.”
Added to his troubles with the Department of State Service (DSS) Omoyele Sowore is at the verge of facing charges bordering on alleged links to terrorist groups in the country.
A muslim cleric identified Abdulrashid Imam has met with his waterloo, after he was picked up by officials of the EFCC Kaduna zonal office, on the basis of his fraudulent activities.
The centre frowning at what it described as “enslavement of children in their various terrorist cells in the country”, called on the relevant authorities to put an end to the barbaric practice.