Leader of the proscribed Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, and his wife, who left the country recently for treatment in an Indian hospital on Friday arrived Abuja.
His arrival four days after the journey, followed his claimed unpleasant situation at the hospital where he was admitted in India.
El-Zakzaky and his wife left Nigeria on Monday for India following a ruling of the Kaduna State High Court which granted them permission to be treated in that country.
But, his arrival in India turned dramatic as the cleric claimed that the Nigeria government was frustrating his treatment at the hospital.
The IMN also accused the Nigerian government of denying him access to the doctor with whom they had an arrangement.
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