Certainly sixty killed in raid Shiite sect
ABUJA - Last weekend at least sixty people slain when the Nigerian army raided a Shiite sect and its leader arrested in the northern city of Zaria. That said the director of the local hospital Monday.
According to the army is trying the Islamic movement the chief of staff of the Army, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai to murder when sect members blocked his convoy in Zaria. The sect that carried an annual ritual to usher in the month of Maulud, the birth month of the Prophet Muhammad in the Islamic calendar.On Sunday, the army raided several buildings of the sect, including the home of its leader, Ibrahim Zakzaky. They arrested him and killed members of the group, including the second man, also the spokesman of Zakzaky.