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Heavy crisis in Kaduna as Police open fire on Shiite Protesters (PHOTOS)

Information reaching the PoliticsNGR newsdesk this evening reveals that Shiites protesters and police officers clashed heavily today in Kaduna.

Trouble started after the Shiite members proceeded on an unapproved protest in the state. The protest is coming a day to the trial of leader of the movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Elzakzaky by the Kaduna State government.

Elzakazky is expected to be in court on Thursday over his alleged involvement in the breach of public peace and murder.

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