El-Zakzaky is not dead-DSS, lawyer

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Before I used to be examined by security doctors, this time I did not agree, and my own doctors came to examine me.

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El-Zakzaky who is in the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS), told journalists on Saturday in Abuja that he is alive and well.

Speaking briefly at the DSS facility in Abuja, yesterday El- Zakzaky said his health condition has improved and thanked the security agents for the kind treatment being extended to him.

"So it was my own doctors who examined me".

The detained leader of Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), popularly known as Shiite Group, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky has spoken to the press in a brief interaction Saturday afternoon. The security (officers) have allowed me to see my doctor, my personal doctor.

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Several court judgments calling for El-Zakzaky's release have been rebuffed by the President Muhammadu Buhari's administration.

"I am getting better, thanks to all your prayers", the IMN leader added.

But the DSS and his lawyer, Femi Falana both dispelled the stories, and affirmed that he is still alive.

Reacting separately, he said the bullet in El-Zakzaky's wife's body is yet to be removed.

The spiritual leader of Shiites, Sheil Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, who has been in detention since December 2015 has denied social media reports that he was dead.

At least 350 Shia members were killed in the onslaught which has elicited criticisms of the army by human rights groups, including Amnesty International.