Archbishop Of Canterbury Condemns Deborah Samuel’s Lynching In Sokoto

The archbishop of canterbury, Justin Welby, has condemned the killing of Deborah Samuel, a student of the Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto, for alleged against Prophet Muhammad on Thursday.

Archbishop Of Canterbury Condemns Deborah Samuel’s Lynching In Sokoto

Welby, the head of the worldwide Anglican Communion and the Diocesan Bishop of the Diocese of Canterbury, in a series of tweets on Wednesday expressed disappointment that to date, people were killing in the of God.

He appealed to the Nigerian government to take proactive measures and ensure that the religious rights of all citizens are protected.

“I strongly condemn the appalling stoning to death of a Christian woman in Sokoto, Nigeria. This violence is a sin against God. I pray for the family and loved ones of Deborah Samuel, and I continue to pray fervently for the nation of Nigeria,” he explained.

According to him, he has spent much time in northern Nigeria working with others in pursuit of reconciliation and interfaith dialogue, saying that he is profoundly disappointed and grieved that such violence still takes place in God’s name.

expressed gratitude to Nigerian Muslim leaders that have condemned the atrocity and called for renewed efforts by the Nigerian Government to ensure liberty and equality under the law – whether for Christians or Muslims.

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