The Bauchi State Commissioner for Schooling, Mrs Aliyu Tilde, has supported the lynching of Deborah Samuel, a feminine pupil of the Shehu Shagari School of Schooling, Sokoto State, by her colleagues over alleged blasphemy.
In line with Tilde, Nigerians not in help of the motion ought to go to a psychiatrist for a check.
Posting what Deborah reportedly mentioned, the commissioner wrote, “Ba wai an yi group din nan don ture-turen abubuwan banza ba ne fa. An yi don previous Q, in akwai check, in an ba da task, a tura. Ba wai abubuwan banzan ga za ku tuttura mana ba. Manzon Allah din me? (This group just isn’t for the faint of coronary heart. Performed for previous Q, if there’s a check, if an task is given, push. It isn’t what you do not care about us. What’s the Messenger of Allah?),”
The commissioner then added, “In case you’re not provoked by this, go to a psychiatrist, please. We should train our kids to respect others.”
SaharaReporters had reported how Deborah was killed and burnt by her colleagues for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
Outraged by the incident, Nigerians on Twitter had requested the Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Tambuwal, and different related stakeholders to make sure justice was served.
Equally in March 2021, some offended youths backed by leaders in Sade group within the Darazo Native Authorities Space of Bauchi State burnt a person recognized as Talle Mai Ruwa, to demise for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad.
SaharaReporters learnt that Mai Ruwa was dragged away from his home within the presence of his mom and burnt to demise in the midst of the group.