Blasphemy: UN scribe demands justice for slain Deborah Samuel

The United Nations Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Muhammed, has called for justice following the killing of Deborah Yakubu in Sokoto for alleged blasphemy.

The UN deputy scribe spoke via her official Twitter page on Tuesday, thus: “Justice must be done for the senseless, brutal killing of the young Deborah Yakubu in Nigeria. Religions should not be misinterpreted to preach violence when they promote peace.

My prayers are with the family and for the repose of her soul,” she tweeted.

On Monday, however, the Sokoto Police Command arrested and arraigned two suspects, Bilyaminu Aliyu and Aminu Hukunci, before a Chief Magistrate Court in the State, for their alleged role in the killing of the Christian girl.

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