See video of Iranian Shi’ites threatening to overthrow Buhari over killing of Nigerian members

See video of Iranian Shi’ites threatening to overthrow Buhari over killing of Nigerian members

Some Iranian Shi’ites have reacted to the recent clash between Nigerian Shi'ites and the Nigerian military which led to the death of members of the Is

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Some Iranian Shi’ites have reacted to the recent clash between Nigerian Shi’ites and the Nigerian military which led to the death of members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, have threatened to overthrow Buhari. The Iranian Shi’ites who held different placards while chanting “Free free Zakzaky”, described the Buhari-led government as a tyrannical government which they will overthrow and teach Buhari and Nigerians a good lesson.

A man who appeared like the leader of the protesters, criticized the federal government over the continued detention of Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN).
“The judge of Nigeria ordered that Zakzaky and his members to be freed but the government didn’t listen to that and so we are calling on them to free Zakzaky. The government of Nigeria should know that it cannot keep Zakzaky forever in the detention and in jail, In Sha Allah, by overthrowing the tyrannical government, we will free Zakzaky and teach Nigeria and its people a good lesson,” he said.

“The government of Nigeria should know that it cannot keep Zakzaky forever in the detention and in jail, In Sha Allah, by overthrowing the tyrannical government, we will free Zakzaky and teach Nigeria and its people a good lesson.”

Zakyzaky has been in detention since December 2015 when his followers clashed with some soldiers in Zaria, Kaduna state. The sect leader has been granted bail but the federal government has refused to free him. Last week, the IMN lambasted the Nigerian police for describing Shiites as terrorists. Meanwhile, Amnesty International said its investigation shows that the horrific use of excessive force by soldiers and police led to the killing of at least 45 supporters of the IMN in two days.