Islamic Movement In Nigeria
Mai Alfarma Sarkin Musulmi, Muhammad Abubakar Sa’ad III ya tabbatar da ganin jinjirin watan Ramadan a Najeriya. Mun kawo wasu Jihohi da aka ga Watan Ramadan a Ranar Lahadi da dare.
The National Assembly has commenced repairs on one of its gates recently destroyed by protesting members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), better known as Shi’tes.
A 51-year-old prominent politician, Alhaji Bala Bello Tinka, on Saturday, March 30, completed the learning and recitation of the Muslim scripture, the Holy Qur'an (Khatma) with six other people.
Despite the recent attack on New Zealand Muslims, vigilante Australians attended prayers at one of the country's biggest mosque surrounded by a lot of police presence. Politicians were also present at the mosque.
A press statement sent to journalists on Tuesday, February 19, by SGN's coordinator, Muntaka Kafinsoli, alleged that the PDP presidential candidate is currently currying electoral favour from the Shiites nationwide.
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), popularly called Shi’ite, has denied that its members endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari, the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), for a second term.