Aisha Yesufu Condemns Assaults On Church buildings In Sokoto, Says It’s Disrespect to Prophet Mohammed

Some youths in Sokoto launched a violent protest on Saturday demanding the discharge of two suspects arrested in relation to the killing of Deborah Samuel.

Aisha Yesufu, the human rights’ activist and co-convener of the BringBackOurGirls motion, has knowledgeable Sokoto State youths who’re attacking and destroying church buildings that their motion is a disrespect to Prophet Mohammed (SAW).

SaharaReporters had earlier at the moment reported that some youths in Sokoto launched a violent protest on Saturday demanding the discharge of two suspects arrested in relation to the killing of Deborah Samuel, a scholar of the Shehu Shagari School of Training, over alleged blasphemy.

SaharaReporters had reported on Friday that two college students have been arrested in reference to the homicide of Deborah.

In a tweet, Aisha stated, “Assaults on church buildings? The place are the violent and bloodthirsty clerics? Is an assault on spiritual homes not forbidden by Islam?

“Did the Prophet not cease and warn towards attacking church buildings and synagogues? Who’s disrespecting the Prophet extra?”

Governor Aminu Tambuwal on Saturday imposed a 24-hour curfew on the state metropolis for worry of bloody protests.

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