SHEIKH Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, the leader of the Islamic movement in Nigeria, otherwise known as the Shiite, is facing a crisis that would try the strongest of men. In the last clash in Zaria, Kaduna State, between his followers and members of the Nigerian Army on the entourage of the Chief of Army Staff, scores of his followers were reportedly killed. One of the casualties was said to be his son. In an earlier encounter, he had lost three sons. In this latest one, he had lost his freedom, his Shiites enclave in Zaria and his movement is facing an uncertain future.