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Atiku deletes his Facebook and Twitter posts condemning killing of Christian girl Deborah by a mob in Sokoto after some Northerners threatened not to vote for him

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Atiku Abubakar has deleted posts he shared on his Fb and Twitter pages about Christian lady, Deboral Samuel who was killed by a mob in Sokoto state over alleged blasphemy.

 

The politician who shared the posts round 10:20 p.m. on Thursday Might 12, deleted them lower than an hour later after some Northerners threatened to not vote for him within the 2023 presidential election.

 

The put up shared on Fb and Twitter learn; 

 

“There cannot be a justification for such ugly homicide. Deborah Yakubu was murdered, and all these behind her loss of life should be delivered to justice. My condolences to her household and buddies.”

 

See screenshots confirming it has been deleted. 

 

Blasphemy: Atiku deletes his Facebook and Twitter posts condemning killing of Christian girl Deborah by a mob in Sokoto after some Northerners threatened not to vote for him

Blasphemy: Atiku deletes his Facebook and Twitter posts condemning killing of Christian girl Deborah by a mob in Sokoto after some Northerners threatened not to vote for him

Blasphemy: Atiku deletes his Facebook and Twitter posts condemning killing of Christian girl Deborah by a mob in Sokoto after some Northerners threatened not to vote for him

Blasphemy: Atiku deletes his Facebook and Twitter posts condemning killing of Christian girl Deborah by a mob in Sokoto after some Northerners threatened not to vote for him

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