On Thursday, May 12, some angry students at Shehu Shagari College of Education ambushed, killed and burned a colleague, Deborah Samuel, for her alleged blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammad. While many Nigerians have condemned the act, which has been described as barbaric, others have accused the late young girl of making “ungodly” remarks about the prophet.
However, Sokoto Sultan Saad Abubakar III moved quickly to strongly condemn the attack, killing and burning of Samuel. Sokoto Sultan Says Assassination And Burning Of Deborah Samuel Unreasonable
Ahmed Isa, Jonah Amadi Source: UGC In a statement issued by the Sokoto Sultanate Committee, the secretary of the committee, Saidou Machido, said the palace was informed of the incident at the institution. of unfortunate events.
Don’t miss any important updates! Macchido said the Sultanate Council fully condemned the incident and called on the security authorities to bring the perpetrators of this injustice to justice.
Nigeria’s top police in Sokoto recently responded that two suspects had been arrested. State police also said that for her safety, students at the facility subdued security forces in the room where she was being held before killing and burning her. Rioters burned students alive in Sokoto after a student at the Shehu Shagari Institute of Education in Sokoto was beaten and burned for allegedly insulting the Prophet Muhammad (saas).
Governor Aminu Tambuwal ordered the closure of schools in response to the unfortunate incident and directed the Ministry of Education and security agencies to investigate the matter. Meanwhile, the treatment of individuals allegedly insulting the Prophet of Islam (Muhammad) or the religion itself is worrying in northern Nigeria.