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Aisha Buhari’s hostage, Aminu involved in late Dobarah’s ordeal, Nigerians make U-turn
A good number of Nigerians have quickly taken a turn after realizing a regular Twitter cruiser, ‘Catalyst’ was involved in the gruesome murder of Deborah
Recall, the deceased, Deborah Samuel who was a Shehu Shagari College of Education till her death, earlier in June this year was murdered in Sokoto over a blasphemy.
Hence, one of the supporters of the regrettable act, Aminu Adamu Mohammed, a student of Federal University, Dutse, Jigawa State, was reportedly picked up by security operatives for commenting on Aisha’s weight.
Emphatically, the social media cruiser had shared in Hausa language noting the first lady is eating fat Nigerian money, attaching a representative picture of Aisha indicating overblown weight.
Nigerians at all levels quickly swing into online protest calling on the President’s wife to free the student and acknowledge the country’s democracy by allowing free speech.
Regrettably, a previous tweep of Adamu has surfaced indicating he supported the painful killing of the Christian student in Sokoto, Deborah.
The Dutse’s student had tweeted to caution people protesting within North against the unwelcomed act not to enter Bauchi wearing a branded polo.
The tweep in Hausa translates thus: “Anyone that wears this shirt in Bauchi, we will deal with them”.
However, people are presently making a U-turn on their call for his release and asking security detained him for payback.
David Hundanyin, one of the activists calling for Adamu’s release had tendered an apology “I earnestly apologise for retweeting the appeal to free this fellow. May he remain inside that cell for as long as Deborah’s family is denied justice, plus some extra time for accrued interest.
Allah ya kara masa nauyin kasa”