High-Power Delegates from the leader of the Islamic movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky under the leadership of Ameer of Kano zone Sheikh Muhammad Mahmud Turi yesterday visited those injured during bomb attack on Arbaeen Symboilc Trekkers along Kano- Zaria road.
In a statement signed by the spokesman of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Ibrahim Usman and made available to the newsmen, the 43 injured are receiving treatment at Sir Sanusi Hospital Nasarawa and Amina Kano Teaching Hospital all in Kano.
Ibrahim Usman said the Head of Islamic Movement Medical Association (ISMA) in Kano, Mallam Kabiru Kabara, conducted the Sheikh Muhammad Mahmud Turi round.
According to Ibrahim Usman Sheikh Muhammad Mahmud Turi conveyed the message of the Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky to the injured.
Sheikh Turi told them that the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Allama Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky prayed for them for the quick recovery.
23 people killed by a bomb blast in Dakasoye village, Kano state during Arba’een symbolic trek by members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, were on Thursday buried at the grand Arba’een commemoration held at the Hussainiyyah Baqiyyatullah, Zaria.
An estimate of 5,456,100 people trekked from Kano to Zaria to attend Arba’een of Imam Hussain to recall that the trial and tribulation of the family of the Prophet of Islam chained and dragged in the scorching desert, after the brutal killing of Imam Husain and his companions by forces of Yazid son of Mu’awiyyah, 61 after Hijra.
The funeral prayer was led by Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky after the Arba’een commemoration with an estimate of over 17 million people in attendance.
The deceased were later buried at a special martyrs cemetery, Jannatul Darul Rahma, located at outskirt of Zaria city, where the 34 people killed during the 2014 Quds Day, which included 3 of Shaikh Zakzaky’s sons.