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Sheikh Elzakzaky has long been freed by a high court Judge in Abuja
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Sheikh Elzakzaky has long been freed by a high court Judge in Abuja

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*NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT ALL EYES ON YOU*‼

The Voices of TRUTH will continue to Echo till Eternity.

The Nigerian so- called leaders and their uncivilized personnel in the ministry of information allied to prepare false information against Sheikh Elzakzaky.They took it upon themselves to continue to feed the INDIAN GOVERNMENT with false information about SHEIKH ELZAKZAKY and to also feed NIGERIANS with blatant lies through their sponsored media houses and paid campaigners.

These looters and liars are always plotting to blackmail and eliminate this Charismatic figure because his Voice was always about justice to all.

It is unfortunate that these power drunken politicians and so called rulers in Nigeria would go to all extent in their plot to eliminate Sheikh ElZakzaky without respect for the rule of law and all court verdicts.

Sheikh Elzakzaky has long been freed by a high court Judge in Abuja, Nigeria. Yet those conspirators had refuses to abide by the law they vow to protect! What a hypocrisy and irony!!!

Their plot is CLEARLY coming to Day-light more and more. These SO CALLED leaders have truly revealed to the world that they have low level of education! low sense of humanity! and uncivilized form of leadership!

These planted politicians are obviously working for foreign intruders to destroy their own motherland!! They are mere puppets and undeserving in the seat of Leadership in Nigeria!

All EYES ON NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT!!

We are all ZAKZAKY! Many more are becoming ZAKZAKY ‼

Long Live Humanity
Long Live ELZAKZAKY

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