Kaduna traffic situation worsen as Shittes leader’s trial resume Monday 

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Heavy traffic of Vehicular and human movement is being experienced within Kaduna main town following Trial of Shiekh Ibraheem El-zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) holding in the state judiciary.

Motorists are bitterly complaining about the Monday traffic experienced especially within Ahmad Bello way and environs, due to the trial.
The situation worsened as a result of the ongoing Kaduna State Urban renewal road construction contract under the El-rufai administration.
Some of those who spoke to our Correspondent expressed bitterness, and regretted being in Kaduna main town on Monday, saying they were unaware of El-zakzaky’s court sitting.
One Sunday Ibrahim told our correspondent that he spent donkey hours between station roundabout but was yet to reach his closedby office due to the traffic grigLock in town, and wanted to know if the case was up today.
The Shittes leader is in Kaduna State high court for continuation of hearing for Monday and Tuesday, according to insider source.
As usual, most major and links roads within within the state metropolis were shutdown, particularly those linked to court premises.
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