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Alleged Blasphemy: Mob Burns Scores Of Christian Homes, Businesses In Bauchi

Alleged Blasphemy: Mob Burns Scores Of Christian Homes, Businesses In Bauchi

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They will never protest or demand that their representatives resign, regardless of how bad the insecurity in Northern Nigeria has gotten, but any dubious comment about their religion will cause a ruckus.

Several incidences of blasphemy-related riots have already been reported in the North this month.

It all started with Deborah Yakubu, a young girl who was murdered in her school by a mob for alleged blasphemy.

In Borno State, there was another case of alleged blasphemy involving a young girl named Naomi Goni, which resulted in a large riot.

On Friday, May 20, there was another alleged blasphemy that led to the burning of shops and injuries in Bauchi.

The Bauchi Riot News:

Angry youths reported to be religious zealots went on a rampage in Katangan Warji, the capital of the Warji LGA in Bauchi State, on Friday evening, demolishing facilities belonging to Christians.

According to local reports, the unrest began when unsubstantiated claims spread on social media that one of the town’s Christians had supposedly blasphemed against Islam.

According to a community source who spoke with the Tribune newspaper, one of the youths who recently converted from Christianity to Islam raised the alarm about the Christian lady’s alleged blasphemy and led other Muslim youths in search of her.

We’ll give more updates soon.

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