Nigeria in final move against IMN terrorism, as IGP orders arrest of Shiite leaders nationwide

Acting-IGP-Adamu..jpg

IGP Adamu.

 

To avoid repeat of deep-rooted misfortune like Boko Haram and IMN radicalism in future, an article recently published by this newspaper, titled, “Why extremists have no hiding place in Islam, Nigeria”, called for State action against those radical groups, led in one of the universities by identifiable lecturers and staff, who are now seriously recruiting, radicalising, indoctrinating, brainwashing and instigating innocent students against their parents and the society, sharing the girls among themselves in marriage at early state in universities.

 

For the first time since proscription of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) by court and its subsequent declaration as terrorist organisation, the nation’s Inspector General of Police (IGP), Alhaji Mohammed Abubakar Adamu, has taken a major and decisive measure against the group.

Many Nigerians had expressed why a group would be outlawed and police would not move by stopping its excesses to the roots, which they said should be lesson from levity with which the terrorist IPOB was handled leading to its leaders constituting nuissance abroad today in the name of Nigeia.

The listening IGP, in effort to do the needful, as he ordered the arrest of all identified Shiite leaders across the country.

By the latest move by State, which is bold and decisive, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria may be in for a new ordeal as the country is now set to erradicate all manners of radicalism and terrorist related elements for it to regain its peace, security and then move forward.

In giving the order but, IGP Adamu also directed a team of special police to dismantle the structures of the IMN in the country immediately.

Adamu, in a signal to the operatives dated August 30, 2019, reportedly said the force would not allow the Shi’ite members to violate the proscription of the IMN by the court.

He blamed the violent protest by the group on July 22 for the killing of the Deputy Commissioner of Police in charge of operations, Federal Capital Territory Police Command, Umar Usman, and a Youth Corps member, Precious Owolabi.

The IG further stated that a special investigation team set up to probe the murder had gone far in its investigations.

The DEFENDER reports that Shiite terrorism, like of Boko Haram, starts from activities of some extremists who are now gaining ground in some universities and communities mainly from North Central down to the South West.

To avoid repeat of deep-rooted misfortune like Boko Haram and IMN radicalism in future, an article recently published by this newspaper, titled, “Why extremists have no hiding place in Islam, Nigeria”, called for State action against those radical groups, led in one of the universities by identifiable lecturers and staff, who are now seriously recruiting, radicalising, indoctrinating, brainwashing and instigating innocent Muslim students against their parents and the society, sharing the girls among themselves in marriage at early state in universities.

There is love in sharing!!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 
Top