Feb 4, 2023

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Deborah Samuel: Outrage as Atiku Deletes Posts Condemning Killing Over Threats of Losing Northern Votes – Legit.ng

  • A 2023 presidential hopeful on the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) platform has been attacked for deleting posts he made on the assassination of Deborah Samuel
  • Atiku Abubakar has taken to his social media pages to condemn the gruesome killing and burning of 200 Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto students
  • Some citizens commented also expressed their disappointment while others said the former vice president was careful not to offend the owners of Nigeria’s gruesome murder and burning of a 200-strong student at Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto state on Thursday, May 12, by a angry mob.

    One ​​of those Nigerians and a top contender for the upcoming presidential election in 2023, Atiku Abubakar, joined the sentencing of the crime hours after the incident.

    In his post, which was shared on both Twitter and Facebook, Atiku said there could be no justification for the gruesome murder of Deborah Samuel.

    He posted:

    “There is no justification for such a gruesome murder. Deborah Yakubu was murdered and those behind her death must be brought to justice.”

    He also spoke to the family of the late Sokoto student at Shehu Shagari College of Education offered his condolences.

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    He said:

    “My condolences to their family and friends.”

    But shortly thereafter In his post on Facebook and Twitter, the former vice president of Nigeria, who is running for the presidency on the People’s Democratic Party platform, saw himself , faced with threats of losing millions of votes in the election.

    Some of the threats against Atiku included that he would not get the votes of many voters from the north of the country.

    Others have condemned his action while accusing him of disrespecting the Prophet Muhammad animals just to confess with those who commit blasphemy against the Prophet.

    Disappointment from other Nigerians

    After the removal of his post, some have However, Nigerians have expressed disappointment with the former Vice President’s actions.

    Some of these Nigerians recalled that Atiku has referred to himself as a unifier over time, particularly in one A time when citizens are largely divided across ethnic lines and religions.

    < p class="align-left">When asked about the value of life in Nigeria, citizens said that politicians only do and comply whatever satisfies their selfish interests.

    Some of the tweets below showing Nigerians’ disappointment

    Deborah Samuel: Sultana of Sokoto responds to killing, burning g by Student Makes Strong Demand

    The Sultan of Sokoto had condemned the gruesome murder and burning of a 200-strong student at the Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto State.

    Sultan Sa’ad Abubakar III’s sentencing comes just hours after the incident that sparked media and political outrage.

    Abubakar also urged Sokoto state residents to remain calm and urged security forces to fish out the perpetrators and bring them to justice.

    Blasphemy: Police arrest 2 suspects for college killing -Student in Sokoto

    The murder and cremation of a 200-year-old student at Shehu Shagari College of Education has continued to spark reactions from multiple authorities.

    A recent response from the senior Nigerian Police in Soko to states that two suspects in the criminal act have been arrested.

    State police also said students at the facility guarded security in the room where they were being held for their safety were overpowered before killing and burning them.