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Aminu Adamu’s Old Tweet Supporting Deborah’s Death Resurfaces

Aminu Adamu’s Old Tweet Supporting Deborah’s Death Resurfaces



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Following the arrest and accusation of a university student of defaming President Muhammadu Buhari’s wife on Twitter, outrage has been mounting in Nigeria.

According to the prosecution, Aminu Adamu Mohammed published a picture of Aisha Buhari along with Hausa-language rants that accused the first lady with embezzlement.

The 23-year-old was charged with propagating false information during the court proceedings.

Due to this, many Nigerians, primarily in the Southern part of the country, have been criticizing Mrs. Muhammadu and stating it was improper for her to detain the student.

When many people are claiming that the young boy is innocent, others are looking into his social media profiles to learn more about his past behavior.

Behold, it was discovered that the Nigerian student Aminu Adamu Mohammed, who was charged with defaming Aisha Buhari, also supported the murder of Deborah Samuel Yakubu, a second-year Christian college student who was killed in Sokoto, Nigeria, by a mob of Muslim students after being accused of blasphemy.

The now-viral old tweet discovered by Mandy News on Twitter reveals that the Young Aminu supported the killing and burning of Deborah.

Because of this, a number of people who previously backed him are now renouncing their remarks and claiming that karma was out to get him.

On Wednesday, it was reported that the court had mandated that Aminu get a sentence in a correctional facility.

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