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Deborah Samuel: Atiku deletes Twitter, Facebook posts after fanatics threatened his presidential ambition



Former Vp and a presidential aspirant, Atiku Abubakar has deleted a submit he made on his Fb and Twitter handles condemning the killing of Deborah Samuel, a 200-level scholar of Shehu Shagari School of Schooling, Sokoto State, who was burnt on Thursday.

DAILY POST had reported that the coed was crushed to a pulp and burnt alive on Thursday by male Muslim college students who accused her of insulting Prophet Muhammed by way of a WhatsApp platform.

The college authority has shut down educational actions indefinitely as stress gripped residents of the world.

Reacting to the event on Thursday, Atiku in a submit on his social media handles, condemned the incident, declaring that every one these behind the killing have to be dropped at ebook.

He wrote, “There can’t be a justification for such ugly homicide. Deborah Yakubu was murdered, and all these behind her demise have to be dropped at justice. My condolences to her household and pals.”

Nevertheless, some spiritual fanatics with Islamic names stormed the remark sections, notably on Fb, threatening to withdraw their help for Atiku’s 2023 presidential ambition.

DAILY POST noticed on Friday morning that after quite a few threats from the Northerners, the posts had been deleted from Atiku’s social media handles.

Deborah Samuel: Atiku deletes Twitter, Fb posts after fanatics threatened his presidential ambition

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