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Supporters say Nigeria Shiite leader denied his personal doctors in India

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria says Nigerian Shiite leader Ibrahim Zakzaky is prevented from seeing his personal doctors as he receives medical treatment in India. Zakzaky has been in custody along with his wife Zeenah Ibrahim since their arrest in December 2015 after violence that saw the army kill some 350 of his followers.

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The Islamic Movement in Nigeria says Nigerian Shiite leader Ibrahim Zakzaky is prevented from seeing his personal doctors as he receives medical treatment in India. Zakzaky has been in custody along with his wife Zeenah Ibrahim since their arrest in December 2015 after violence that saw the army kill some 350 of his followers.