The Post Condemning Deborah’s Killing For Blasphemy Was Made Without My Orders — Atiku Abubakar Clarifies Stance On Blasphemy

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The gruesome murder of Deborah Yakubu, a Sokoto College of Education student for blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad has generated uproar in the media space and will continue to.

 

Njenje Media News recalls that the student was stoned to death and burnt after she reportedly dropped a Voice message in her class WhatsApp that was adjudged to be blasphemous.

 

She was then stoned, while being burnt in the process by irate students and youths in Sokoto.

 

Former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar took to his social media handles to condemn the killings while affirming that there is no justification for the murder. The message did not go well with some sections of the Northern populace, with some threatening not to vote him in 2023.

 

It appears the PDP 2019 candidate has backtracked on his condemnation of the murder as he not only deleted the tweet but used his Hausa verified handle to note that he did not authorise the earlier condemnation.

 

See his post below:

 

The gruesome murder of Deborah Yakubu, a Sokoto College of Education student for blasphemy against Prophet Muhammad has generated uproar in the media space and will continue to.

 

Njenje Media News recalls that the student was stoned to death and burnt after she reportedly dropped a Voice message in her class WhatsApp that was adjudged to be blasphemous.

 

She was then stoned, while being burnt in the process by irate students and youths in Sokoto.

 

Former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar took to his social media handles to condemn the killings while affirming that there is no justification for the murder. The message did not go well with some sections of the Northern populace, with some threatening not to vote him in 2023.

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He had earlier written:

 

 

“There can not be a justification for such gruesome murder. Deborah Yakubu was murdered and all those behind her death must be brought to justice. My condolences to her family and friends.”

 

 

It appears the PDP 2019 candidate has backtracked on his condemnation of the murder as he not only deleted the tweet but used his Hausa verified handle to note that he did not authorise the earlier condemnation.

 

See his rebuttal post below:

 

“This evening, I received information that a post was made that doesn’t agree with my orders. I use this to announce that any post without AA is not from me. May God protect- AA.”