America (US) has denied allegations that it colluded with the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari to disrupt the treatment of the chief of the Islamic movement of Nigeria (IMN), Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, in India.
The secretary of the administrative forum of the movement, Abdullahi Musa, had alleged that the Buhari authorities and some “security operatives working for the USA” have been conniving to ensure that the Shiites chief could not be attended in India.
The Shiites’ administrative forum secretary stated that management of Madenta health center, New Delhi, had been threatened not to admit him for treatment.
His words: “reports reaching us from the hospital suggest that the security agency are colluding with foreign agency believed to be operating for the American authorities.
“Even earlier than the Sheikh arrived at the hospital, we accrued from a competent informant that officers of the American embassy in India instructed management of the medical institution not to admit the Sheikh for treatment.
Don’t forget that the Shiites leader had since returned back to Nigeria and has been taken into the custody of the department of security services (DSS).
The Federal government claimed that the IMN leader and his wife, Zeenat engaged in different antics to embarrass the nation in India.
But, America embassy disregarded IMN’s claim saying it has no comments upon the baseless allegations.
It stated that the united states preserve exceedingly human rights and essential freedoms of all residents.
“The Embassy of america to Nigeria has no comment on those baseless allegations. We will state that promoting, protecting, and advancing human rights and fundamental freedoms continue to be a pinnacle priority for america.