THIS – inequality in every sphere of life – is Nigeria TODAY.
A woman trader is murdered in broad daylight in her stall witnessed by her husband and others. Reason for her murder: she was a Christian whom a Moslem trader near her stall had harassed for a while, and for daring to ask the Moslem to refrain from the harassment, she was killed.
Read this essay of how the case was handled under the Nigerian “justice” system. TOLA.
I first read the case of Bridget Agbahime a few weeks ago. She was a trader in Kano killed in broad day light because she said something offensive to the God above.
Recently the five suspects arrested in June for Bridget’s murder were released by the court in Kano as the court didn’t think there is a case to be answered.
Given that many of our stories always have k-leg, it is hard to know what to believe. However, in this case, someone who happened to be christian lost her life to a group of Muslim market traders. Nigeria leaders especially the southerners agreed to Sharia Law perhaps because they thought it will only apply to the northerners, but now we have seen many instances whereby this is not the case, heaven knows how many people that have been unlawfully killed that we will never know of. Irony of this is that…
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