In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 28th, August, 2020

Gov. Ganduje Vows To Signal Singer’s Demise Warrant For Blasphemy

Gov. Ganduje Vows To Sign Singer’s Death Warrant For Blasphemy

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Gov. Ganduje Vows To Signal Singer’s Demise Warrant For Blasphemy

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Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, the governor of Kano state has vowed to signal the warrant of the demise sentence handed on 22-year-old Yahaya Sharif-Aminu for allegedly blaspheming Prophet Muhammad.

He revealed that he’s in full assist of the ruling by Higher Shari’a Court docket, stating that he’ll promptly signal the warrant if Sharif-Aminu doesn’t attraction the sentence.

The Shari’a courtroom had discovered him responsible of the cost and ordered he ought to be hanged to demise.

Ganduje applauded the judgment. Leaders of the Ulamahs, who represented the three main sects of Islam: Izalah, Tijjaniyya and Kadiriyya, additionally unanimously hailed the judgment.

The Supreme Council for Shari’ah in Nigeria lately urged the Kano state authorities to execute Yahaya Sharif-Aminu

This was made recognized in a lately launched assertion by the secretary of the Supreme Council for Shari’ah, who berated these asking for the convict to be pardoned.

It added that the case is solely an Islamic affair and in consonance with the faith, tradition and desires of not solely the folks of Kano however the majority of the inhabitants of Nigeria who’re Muslims

The Assertion Learn;

“The calls by some so-called human rights teams to pardon the wrongdoer shouldn’t deter the state authorities from doing the fitting factor.

“This case is solely an Islamic affair, in consonance with the faith, tradition and desires of not solely the folks of Kano, however the majority of the inhabitants of Nigeria who’re Muslims.

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“The council additional needs to emphatically remind all Nigerians particularly the secular human rights teams that the judgement is consistent with the Supreme Court docket judgement.”

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