A few days ago, it was reported that a man attacked and slapped the French President while he was trying to walk around the Drome region of France.
On Thursday, the culprit of the crime was sentenced to 18 months in prison by a French court, but 14 of these months were suspended.
Human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu, has reacted to the 4-months jail term given to the culprit. She said the jail term was well-deserved.
Photo: Aisha Yesufu
In a post on Aisha Yesufu's official Twitter page, she said, no matter how angry you are, nothing gives anyone the right to hit another person. She also said the only exception is self-defence.
See her post:
In conclusion, I must say that everyone must learn self-control no matter the situation they find themselves in.
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