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There is no excuse for anyone to take the laws into their own hands

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Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has reacted to the homicide of Deborah Samuel, the 200-level scholar of the Shehu Shagari School of Training, Sokoto, who was overwhelmed and burnt to loss of life by her classmates for allegedly insulting Prophet Mohammed.

 

Chatting with newsmen after attending a perform on Friday, Could 13, Osinbajo described the incident as a ”deeply distressing and really disturbing”

 

”The President has reacted to this, an announcement which was issued earlier condemning the motion.

I need to say that the killing of Deborah Samuel is a deeply distressing factor, very disturbing – such an atrocious killing of the younger woman by a mob who took the regulation into their very own arms. It is extremely unlucky.

The swift response of the Sokoto State Authorities and likewise the Sultan of Sokoto clearly demonstrated the outrage of tens of millions of Nigerians and likewise demonstrated the need of everybody to make sure that the perpetrators are shortly apprehended and prosecuted.

Because the President stated, there’s actually no excuse for anybody to take the regulation into their very own arms regardless of the provocation, there are set processes for making certain that we’re in a position to redress no matter wrongs which are performed in opposition to us.

We should categorical our condolence to the household of the younger woman Deborah Samuel. I can not think about how her dad and mom, siblings, and members of her household really feel, not nearly her loss of life, however the very horrendous nature of its prevalence. It is extremely unhappy certainly, and I lengthen our honest condolences to them. I ask that the Almighty will consolation them at the moment.

 

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