- Another uproar has broken out somewhere north in Maiduguri over another allegedly blasphemous comment
- A Naomi Goni is said to have written a blasphemous post against the Prophets on Facebook in response to the gruesome murder of Deborah Samuel
- However, the Maiduguri Police Squad arrested three suspects who were seen with a jerry can >
Borno, Maiduguri – No fewer than three people were arrested by Borno State Police during a protest against a blasphemer post on Facebook against the Prophet Muhammad by Naomi Goni.
According to the Daily Trust newspaper, Goni is said to have written a provocative post against the Prophet when responding to the gruesome murder of Deborah Samuel, a 200 level -Student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, S okoto.
Suspects remain in detention
However, he stated that the suspects would remain in detention until the investigation was completed.
< p class="align-left">Speaking to members of the press, Umar stated that the police will no longer hold unlawful gatherings across the state.
Prior to the arrest of the three suspects Legit.ng noted that streams of people had gathered at the 7th Division garrison on the Maiduguri bypass to protest the blasphemous statement made by Goni.
During the During the protest, the demonstrators used burnt tires to barricade the ring road where the lady is said to be living with a soldier and demanded the soldiers bring her out.
Blasphemy: Deborah’s killing of an un-Islamic, barbaric Muslim lawyer
Another development b Meets Professor Ibrahim Abikan, President of the Muslim Lawyers Association of Nigeria and a lecturer at the Department of Islamic Law at Ilorin University has savaged the killers of Deborah Samu el, a victim of religious mob violence, killed for alleged blasphemy in Sokoto State.
According to Abikan, the killing of the innocent girl is un-Islamic.
He insisted that the killing was actually against the teachings of all religions of the world violates. The professor therefore called on the government to do everything possible to ensure justice.
Blasphemy: RCCG Pastor Adeboye postpones Sokoto crusade
In Meanwhile, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has postponed the planned crusade in Sokoto following tensions surrounding Deborah Samuel’s murder.
In addition, the minister who announced this on Facebook is calling out to Nigerians stop praying for the state of Sokoto.
Remember that some Muslim youths stoned and burned Deborah Yakubu for allegedly blaspheming the Prophet Muhammad.