Rev. Fr Kelvin Ugwu, a Catholic priest, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the administration of justice for the late Deborah Samuel, who was murdered in 2022 for alleged blasphemy.
Emeraldloaded reports that Deborah Samuel was brutally killed last year by Muslim extremists for alleged blasphemy.
The police apprehended and remanded two suspects, Bilyaminu Aliyu and Aminu Hukunci.
Sanusi Abubakar, spokesperson for the Sokoto State Police Command, stated in August 2022 that those arrested and arraigned were not the primary suspects, but were among those who organized the violent riot.
Abubakar said that “efforts are being intensified to arrest the prime suspects.”
However, on Thursday, the priest chastised President Muhammadu Buhari, Sokoto State Governor Aminu Tambuwal, and the police for failing to prosecute Samuel’s killers.
Tomorrow the 12th of May will make it exactly one year since the young Christian lady Ms Deborah was brutally killed by her fellow students and burnt to ashes in Shehu Shagari College of Education Sokoto, over an alleged and unsubstantiated blasphemy or insult to prophet Muhammad (PBUH),” Ugwu wrote on Facebook.
I am asking the Governor of Sokoto, Hon Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, please sir, where are the killers of Deborah? Have you found them? Where did you keep them? What did you do to them?
I am asking President Muhammadu Buhari, where are the killers? Are they invisible? Have they been arrested?
And to the Nigeria Police Force, what has happened to the swiftness you normally employ in arresting people who make posts on social media you consider inciting and divisive? What did you to do the killers of Ms. Deborah? Where are the killers?