It was reported earlier today that Muslim mob allegedly killed a pastor after he reportedly converted a Muslim man to Christian. According to report, they also burnt down his house, his church and a mission school. The killing of this pastor caused many to react differently.
Based on that note, a well known human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu decided to react. While reacting, she asked to know whether those who converted many to Islam have been killed. Speaking further, she made it clear that this is how Nigerian State has contributed in breeding terrorists.
Furthermore, she stated it clearly that over the years, mobs have been killing people and nothing has been done to them, and because of that, they have continued to take laws into their hands and have continued to kill.
This is really a sad one. What is actually this from of this man? This kind of act shoud be condemned. Those who killed this young man must not go unpunished.
The federal government and the Kano State government must rise up and do the needful so as to make sure that those who committed this crime are all arrested and punished.
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