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Shi’ites, Police Officers Clash Again At Federal Secretariat Abuja (Photos)

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There was chaos at the Federal Secretariat, Abuja on Thursday morning after members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria also known as Shi’ites, clashed with officers of the Nigerian Police Force.





According to reports, the Shi’ite members were staging a protest, demanding the release of their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky when some of their members and police officers in the Secretariat had an argument which degenerated into a fight.



The police officers fired gunshots and tear gas to disperse the protesters while about five Shi’ite members were apprehended by the security operatives.



This faceoff comes two days after some Shiite members invaded the National Assembly complex during which four policemen were injured and many cars destroyed in the complex.




See photos below.


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According to reports, the Shi’ite members were staging a protest, demanding the release of their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky when some of their members and police officers in the Secretariat had an argument which degenerated into a fight.



The police officers fired gunshots and tear gas to disperse the protesters while about five Shi’ite members were apprehended by the security operatives.



This faceoff comes two days after some Shiite members invaded the National Assembly complex during which four policemen were injured and many cars destroyed in the complex.




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Unfinished battle

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[ @lisamelz: ] There was chaos at the Federal Secretariat, Abuja on Thursday morning after members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria also known as Shi’ites, clashed with officers of the Nigerian Police Force.





According to reports, the Shi’ite members were staging a protest, demanding the release of their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky when some of their members and police officers in the Secretariat had an argument which degenerated into a fight.



The police officers fired gunshots and tear gas to disperse the protesters while about five Shi’ite members were apprehended by the security operatives.



This faceoff comes two days after some Shiite members invaded the National Assembly complex during which four policemen were injured and many cars destroyed in the complex.




See photos below.

good

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Its not easy o

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make no blood shed abound please. one nation we seek

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Wtf......Hw d f**k wil dat happen @ d f.c.t?

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this is violence at its peak. hope it won't escalate to something uncontrollable.

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Real. Thanks for the new updates information

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it better the hoax is contained be it turn into another terror attacks or any civil unrest.

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8-O

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you guys sha like clashing

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Settle it amicably

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