Level 200 student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto, Deborah Samuel who was killed by her aggrieved Muslim class mate over a sentiment she shared in the class WhatsApp group. She cautioned her colleagues to stop talking about religious issues in the WhatsApp group which they find blasphemy as they were talking about Prophet Mohammed. The beat her till she died and burnt his body to ashes.
One of her friend who is her course mate identified as Rakia told the media her friends last words before she was lynched to death. According to her, in the process of the lynching Deborah asked them what they hope to achieve with this. This were the last words of Deborah “ What do you hope to achieve with this?
It’s really disheartening to realize how people still follow religion in this era to the extent of killing their fellow human being. This is mental slavery and it’s time we Africans realize this and live as one People.
This Happened in Nigeria.
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