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Video: Cleric defends gruesome killing of Nigerian student in Sokoto for blasphemy



News broke yesterday in Nigeria that A female student of the Shehu Shagari College of Education was killed and burnt in Sokoto by irate youths.
A cleric is seen taking sides with the gruesome act.

A young person in Sokoto insulted Allah’s prophet yesterday. In Sokoto we kill such. We don’t tolerate such idiocy in Sokoto.This is not Kano, which is a commercial center, where someone called the prophet names, including being an adulterer. They have been dragging about it. 
Here we kill. When you touch the prophet we become mad people. No talk of a person being out of his mind. Kill him!
Anyone who touches the prophet, no punishment. Just kill! Even if the person repents or recants, forgiveness is God’s business. We must kill such. Out of his mind, but buys a device, data, opens social media and insults the prophet? Kill him! Don’t report as a grievance to any authority. Kill him! Even if he is an Islamic teacher, much less a useless rascal.
Like Shehu Usman Dan Fodio, we are Mujahedeen (holy warriors) and Jihadists. No compromise.
Allah curses whoever touches the prophet. Those of you who displayed your wrath, Allah bless you. Kill and disperse!
Secondly, on Abdu Jabbar in Kano. Perform the midnight prayer tonight! There shall be war between Sunni & Bidi’a sects, between Ahlis Sunna & Shiites, between followers of the prophet & his insulters. May Allah curse the Al Jabbaris. Allah help & strengthen Sunna & Ahlis Sunna. May Addul Jabbar be killed tomorrow unfailingly by the Kano Government.


Video: I wish Congo the best, international players should act on facts – President Kagame



In this video, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda reiterated his position of seeking the “best” for Congo. Stressing that he is however prepared for the worst.

Congo DR and Rwanda have been at loggerheads with the later accusing the Kigali of supporting rebel group M23.  Kagame urged all players concerned in the diplomatic tension between the two East African neighbours to only be moved by the facts of the matter to find lasting solution to it.


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Video: Bad governance caused Uganda’s economic woes, not Covid-19, Ukraine war – Kizza Besigye



Ugandan political activist, Kizza Besigye shortly after being granted bail by a magistrate court on Friday, addressed the press, stressing that Ugandan’s current economy woes are not fallouts of the Covid-19 pandemic or the ongoing Russia and Ukraine war, rather it is a product of years of bad governance and corruption under the current leadership of the country.

Ugandan has been ruled by President Yoweri Museveni, who took over power in 1986 and has ruled ever since, making him one of the world’s longest-serving leaders.


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