India hospital agrees to El-Zakzaky’s request to use known and appointed doctors for his treatment

Fresh reports from India confirms that the management of Medanta Hospital in New Delhi, India, has yielded to the demands of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, by allowing the doctors he initially had an appointment with to attend to his failing health.


El-Zalzaky had earlier refused treatment from unknown doctors arranged to treat him and his wife aside those billed and booked to treat him before his departure from Nigeria. Then it was subsequently reported that he had been given a two-hour ultimatum by the Indian Government to leave the country for refusing to be treated by unknown doctors at the hospital.


Now, a top member of the Islamic Human Right Commission in London, who spoke with Sahara Reporters, disclosed that the management of the Indian hospital had agreed to commence treatment of the IMN leader with doctors he had initially booked an appointment with.


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