Sheik Muhammad Turi, the second in charge to the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheik Ibrahim Zakzaky and the bunch’s representative, Ibrahim Usman have been killed by Nigerian warriors.
Sheik Turi and Usman were said to have been shot by Nigerian troops before Zakzaky’s residence in Gyellesu territory, in Zaria on Sunday morning.
A senior member from the Shiite Sect confirmed the death of the two senior individuals from the movement to Channels Television’s reporter.
He said that a large number of their sects sustained different level of wounds from gunshots when the troopers began shooting sporadically when they couldn’t capture Sheik Zakzaky.
He said the soldiers are as yet laying attack at Sheik Zakzaky’s residence and have kept anybody from either going in or leaving the building.
He, be that as it may, approached the Army authorities and the Kaduna State Government to guide the troopers to vacate the spot for the purpose of peace.
Late Sheik Muhammadu Turi was a previous Managing Director of New Nigerian Newspaper in Kaduna State, and was seen as the successor to Zakzaky.
Then, the State Commissioner of Police, Umar Shehu, revealed that the circumstance is under control.
Mr Shehu said that more Policemen have been conveyed to Zaria for the sake of peace.
Sheik Zakzaky is said to be on the run after he escaped arrest by troopers who raged his residence on Saturday evening.
The most recent advancement is said to have made apprehension in the antiquated city as most inhabitants have remained inside because of a paranoid fear of further violence.
On June 24, 2014, three children of the sect leader of the Shiite faction, Sheik Ibraheem Zakzaky were murdered after a ridiculous conflict between his members and soldiers in the same city.