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Home Latest News from Nigeria Today Aisha Yesufu under fire over comments on Deborah Samuel’s murder.  

Aisha Yesufu under fire over comments on Deborah Samuel’s murder.  

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Nigerians have chastised for her remarks about ’s death.

Ejes Gist Newspaper reports that the female student was burned to death by her classmates for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

Deborah Samuel is accused of sending the offensive message to a group of students on Whatsapp. The students were enraged by the blasphemous message, and they overpowered school security, beat her to death, and set her body on fire.

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warned her classmates not to post religious things on the class WhatsApp group chat, according to an audio clip obtained by Ejes Gist Newspaper Nigeria.

What she said  before her death

“Holy ghost fire, nothing would happen to me, is it by force you guys would always be sending this religious stuff in the group, the group wasn’t created for that, but rather as a notice for when there’s a test, assignment, exams, etc, not these nonsense Religious posts.

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Aisha Yesufu, a Nigerian activist and businesswoman who co-founded the #BringBackOurGirls movement, took to Twitter to compare those who lynched the Christian girl to “those who lynch thieves” in response to the heinous incident in Sokoto State.

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Aisha Yesufu Statement 

“If you are one of those that lynch thieves just take this moment to know that you and those sokoto students who killed their fellow student are the same. Hope you use this as a mirror into your despicable acts. No one has the right in anyway whatsoever to kill another. No one!”

Angry Nigerians took to Twitter to condemn her comment.

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