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CIA MOSSAD SSS Mission To Kill: Soldiers Drafted To Zaria, As More Attacks Planned On Kano – Sheikh Zakzaky

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Fifty soldiers have been drafted in Zaria with detailed mission to kill Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, His Eminence Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, as part of the continuous threat on his life by the Israel Intelligent Agency MOSSAD American Central Intelligent Agency CIA Nigeria State security Service SSS in collaboration with the Nigerian government.
This was disclosed by Sheikh Zakzaky in a brief statement shortly after the week Tafsir at the Hussainiyyah Baqiyyatullah, Zaria.
“Fifty soldier were brought in yesterday (Tuesday) from Jos with mission to kill. They were detailed to executed their mission today (Wednesday) either on our way here or when going back home. Allah will repel and frustrate their mission, and it will boomerang”, he assured.
Sheikh Zakzaky also said, those who executed the mosque attack in Kano though unmasked, are still planning more attacks.
He explained that, the directive for the execution of this heinous crime is coming direct from Israel. “Their agents here are however denying their involvement, when it has become so obvious to all that they are responsible for it. They can never convince the people that it was not their handiwork”.
Sheikh Zakzaky had attributed the Kano attack to enemies of Islam and humanity, and denied involvement of any religious group, but a terror cell created and sponsored by Israel and US in conjunction with the Nigerian government. “You could see guilt written all over their faces as they make condolences”, he emphasized.

In a guilty statement, and obviously in response to the Sheikh’s statement, Nigerian Vice President exonerated the Goodluck Jonathan administration from the attack.

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