Scarcely 96 hours in the wake of arriving in New Delhi, India, for therapeutic treatment, the pioneer of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheik Ibraheem Zakzaky, has released himself from the Medenta Hospital and is relied upon to touch base in Nigeria on Friday (today) morning.
El-Zakzaky was traveled to Medenta Hospital in New Delhi close by his better half, Zenaat, on Monday for therapeutic treatment for an undisclosed infirmity.
He had anyway whined about the circumstance in India, saying he was confined and not permitted any opportunity.
The Chairman of Free El-Zakzaky Committee, Abubakar Abdurahman, said on Wednesday that the IMN pioneer may be taken back to Nigeria if the state of the medical clinic did not improve.
The President, Media Forum of IMN, Ibrahim Musa, affirmed to one of our reporters that El-Zakzaky and his better half, Zeenat, left New Delhi around 5pm Nigerian time.
The 8,080-kilometer venture via air from India to Lagos, as per travelwatch.com, will most recent 10 hours and 34 minutes.
In any case, it was, nonetheless, discovered that the plane passing on the Shi’ites’ chief and his better half, would make a stopover in Addis Ababa before continuing to Nigeria.