Arrest, prosecute killers of Deborah Samuel,…

Arrest, prosecute killers of Deborah Samuel,…


By Henry Uche

Global Rights has strongly condemns the murder of Ms. Deborah Samuel, a student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto, by students of the same institution over alleged blasphemy, calling on the Sokoto governor, Aminu Tambuwal, and the federal government to arrest and Prosecute everyone involved in the killing.

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In a statement delivered by the Executive , Abiodun Baiyewu, the group affirmed that they are utterly appalled by the brazen posting and subsequent distribution of a video recording of the inhumane episode across multiple social media .

They said, “Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and of the deceased in this time. We remind the government that this trend in Northern Nigeria has only because past and the families of have not gotten any justice while perpetrators are further emboldened by state-enabled impunity,”

Baiyewu maintained that such barbaric and disturbing calls for a reflection on the state of in Nigeria, noting that it is an indictment on enforcement and all arms of government when fundamentalists do not just confidently kill innocents despite the presence of police and security but have the audacity to film such a criminal act, post it , and proudly their involvement.

“It is a testament to the failure of the state to put in place effective laws and implement them. Without a doubt, the pattern of the government’s acquiescence to similar crimes through its complacent enablement of impunity has clearly been established.

“We remind the government and people of Nigeria of Shuaibu Yohanna, a Pastor killed on the 22nd of September 2021, in Kano state; Bridget Patience Agbahime, a 74-year-old street vendor of Christian faith, beaten to on the 2nd of 2022, in Kano state, by an allegedly for blasphemy, and Methodus Chimaije Emmanuel, a 24-year-old street vendor who was killed in a similar pattern on the 29th of May 2016, in Niger state, also after being accused of blasphemy,”

Global Rights again called on Sokoto state government, the federal government and the Nigerian security to bring to bear the full force of the state’s justice system on the killers of Ms. Deborah Samuel and ensure their prosecution to the full extent of the law.

“Nigerians must unify in demanding justice for Ms. Deborah Samuel and demand an end to endemic state-enabled impunity for crimes committed under the of . The rule of law must prevail in Nigeria, and the Constitution must be respected as the grand norm. Citizens must therefore desist from taking laws into their own hands and delivering their own brands of justice.

“We urge the government at all levels to take tangible and urgent steps towards fulfilling their mandate of ensuring the security and welfare of all citizens and protecting the right to life, freedom of thought, and religion by demonstrating will to end religiously motivated, and other forms of lynching and the practice of jungle justice in with actual and perceived crimes in Nigeria. The government must act and act fast,” he asseverated.

She urged Nigerians to sign its petition calling on the Nigerian Police Force, the Nigerian judiciary, and the Sokoto State and federal government to ensure that all those involved in the mobbing and lynching of Ms. Deborah Samuel are apprehended and made to face the full wrath of the law.

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