Court Remands 60 Shiite Members In Correctional Facilities


A High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), sitting in Abuja has remanded 60 members of the proscribed Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), also known as the Shiite group to Kuje prison in Abuja and Suleja prison in Niger State on remand.

The 60 proscribed IMN members were arrested during the July 22 bloody protest at the Federal Secretariat area of Abuja, which led to the death of a Deputy Commissioner of Police, Usman Umar, and Precious Owolabi, a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member.

They were arraigned before the court on November 27 by the FCT Command of the Nigeria Police.

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The suspects were arraigned on charges bordering on homicide, disturbances of public peace, and destruction of government properties.


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