In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 09th, September, 2020

Ebenezer Obey, Others Urge Ganduje Not To Signal Kano Singer’s Demise Warrant

Ebenezer Obey, Others Urge Ganduje Not To Sign Kano Singer's Death Warrant

The singer, Sharif-Aminu, was accused of blasphemy in opposition to the Holy Prophet Mohammed and was subsequently sentenced to demise below the Sharia legal guidelines in Kano state.

Ebenezer Obey

Ebenezer Obey

Efe Omorogbe, Nigerian music govt and supervisor of Tuface Idibia, has taken to his Instagram to attraction to the Governor of Kano State, Abdulahi Ganduje, in opposition to executing singer, Yahaya Sharif-Aminu.

The singer, Sharif-Aminu, was accused of blasphemy in opposition to the Holy Prophet Mohammed and was subsequently sentenced to demise below the Sharia legal guidelines in Kano state.

Pleading on the singer’s behalf, Omorogbe posted an announcement on his social media web page on behalf of the group, The Nigerian Music Trade Collective.

The Nigerian Music Trade Collective consists of legendary singer, Ebenezer Obey; and different heavyweights within the music trade like Audu Maikori, President of Chocolate Metropolis document label; Obi Asika, Dare Fasasi amongst others.

Omorogbe appealed to the governor to make use of his ‘good workplace to affect the implementation of the rule of regulation, which has clearly been disregarded on this case.’

He wrote, “The Government Governor of Kano State

Dr Abdullahi Ganduje (OFR)

RE: THE SENTENCING OF YAHAYA SHARIF-AMINU

We write to specific our concern concerning the sentencing of a younger Nigerian Musician; Yahaya Sharif-Aminu, who was not too long ago accused of blasphemy in opposition to the Holy Prophet Mohammed and was subsequently sentenced to demise below the Sharia legal guidelines in Kano state.

Your Excellency sir, now we have been knowledgeable that Yahaya has been scheduled to be executed in lower than per week’s time, and we are going to prefer to attraction to you to make use of your good workplace to affect the implementation of the rule of regulation, which has clearly been disregarded on this case.

Yahaya Sharif-Aminu is protected below the regulation which provides him freedom of thought, conscience and faith, and defending freedom of expression. We, as leaders of the Nigerian music and leisure trade, are completely in opposition to this try and gag free considering and expression and ask that justice is served by the overruling of this sentence and the dropping of all costs in opposition to him. We ask that you simply use your good places of work to cease this act and launch him from this unfair act.

We belief that your good reasoning and your utmost respect for the Rule of Legislation will prevail on this case.

Yours sincerely.

For: The Nigerian Music Trade Collective.”


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08TH September 2020. His Excellency The Government Governor of Kano State Dr Abdullahi Ganduje (OFR) RE: THE SENTENCING OF YAHAYA SHARIF-AMINU We write to specific our concern concerning the sentencing of a younger Nigerian Musician; Yahaya Sharif-Aminu, who was not too long ago accused of blasphemy in opposition to the Holy Prophet Mohammed, and was subsequently sentenced to demise below the Sharia legal guidelines in Kano state. Your Excellency sir, now we have been knowledgeable that Yahaya has been scheduled to be executed in lower than per week’s time, and we are going to prefer to attraction to you to make use of your good workplace to affect the implementation of the rule of regulation, which has clearly been disregarded on this case. Yahaya Sharif-Aminu is protected below the regulation which provides him freedom of thought, conscience and faith, and defending freedom of expression. We, as leaders of the Nigerian music and leisure trade, are completely in opposition to this try and gag free considering and expression, and ask that justice is served by the overruling of this sentence and the dropping of all costs in opposition to him. We ask that you simply use your good places of work to cease this act and launch him from this unfair act. We belief that your good reasoning and your utmost respect for the Rule of Legislation will prevail on this case. Yours sincerely For: The Nigerian Music Trade Collective

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