El-Zakzaky looks for come back to Nigeria over ‘lamentable’ circumstance at Indian clinic


Pioneer of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, has asserted “regrettable and troubling” circumstance at Medanta Hospital, New Delhi, India.

El-Zakzaky, who landed at the medical clinic on Tuesday, in a sound message which has been affirmed to be legitimate, said the Federal Government had frustrated his treatment in India.

El-Zakzaky left Nigeria around 6:30 pm on Monday on board an Emirate flight.

The IMN pioneer and his wife have been in confinement since their capture in December 2015 after viciousness that saw the military slaughter somewhere in the range of 350 of his devotees.

A court a week ago conceded consent for them to receive medical care in India under Nigerian government supervision.

El-Zakzaky, talking in Hausa in the sound, said he intends to come back to Nigeria to hotspot for a dependable and confided in medical clinic among nations that offered assistance like Malaysia and Turkey.

He stated: “The emergency clinic authorities got us well they disclosed to us that they left two rescue vehicle vehicles, misleading the group while taking us out through another way, saying that it was for our own wellbeing.

“On getting to the medical clinic, we were set under a more tightly security circumstance more awful than what we have been seen in Nigeria. We are at present more kept than when we were in Nigeria, more awful than a jail setting.

“In opposition to what was concurred before our landing, that our very own primary care physicians would regulate this treatment. Presently they’ve changed the course of action. Thus, we protested accepting treatment from peculiar specialists without the supervision of our own confided in doctors.”


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