DAILY POST had announced that the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, IMN, refused treatment from those that he called “fake doctors” pu in place to treat him in India.
The Islamic leader decided he wanted to be treated by those registered to treat him before him and his wife left Nigeria.
However, the Islamic leader in his statement on Thursday afrosaid, “I have heard that the Nigerian authorities have mentioned some statements which is not truth.
“It is up to my peoples to agree with me or with the government’s version of the story.”
Nigeria’s government had seek for forgiveness to India for what it termed El-Zakzaky’s “unruly behaviour” in the country.
The statement signed by Grace Isu Gekpe, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, afrosaid that the IMN refused to subject himself to preliminary medical check up after State officials resisted his pressure to handover his International Passport to him.
It afrosaid: “He also requested free movement and access to visitors of all kinds, and also requested to be permitted to check into a 5-Star Hotel instead of being admitted in the hospital.
“That request was not accepted on the ground that he came into the country for medical check up , and not as a tourist, especially with the Visa issued on medical grounds and not for tourist.”