Former Spokesman for Islamic Movement in Nigeria Arrested by DSS

Former IMN Spokesman’s Arrest

The Department of State Services (DSS) has reportedly taken into custody Ibrahim Musa, the former spokesperson for the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), also known as the Shiite group.

According to SaharaReporters, Musa, who is the Editor of Almizan Hausa Newspaper, was arrested while en route to Medina, Saudi Arabia.

Arrest on His Birthday

The arrest of Ibrahim Musa coincided with his birthday, adding a layer of concern to his detention.

The secret police, under the Tinubu regime, detained Musa on the day he intended to visit Medina to commemorate the birthday of the Messenger of God (peace be upon him).

Calls for Immediate Release

In response to his arrest, there have been calls for the immediate release of the activist.

Those protesting his detention have criticized the Tinubu regime for what they perceive as a tyrannical approach, especially in light of the regime’s actions and policies since coming into power.

They highlight issues such as the alleged increase in extreme poverty among the population during the regime’s short time in office.

Voices of Concern

The news of Ibrahim Musa’s arrest has sparked concern and outrage among activists and supporters alike.

These individuals have vowed to keep the public informed about the situation and demand the activist’s release.

The arrest of Ibrahim Musa, a prominent figure associated with the Shiite movement in Nigeria, has raised questions about the circumstances surrounding his detention and the human rights implications of his arrest by the DSS.

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