- Popular actress Ruth Kadiri reacted to the state of affairs in the country especially after the murder of Deborah Samuel
- Ruth in her statement stressed that a Nigeria cannot work unless the law is placed above religion
- The actress said the hands of the country’s political leaders are tied because the constitution is a mess and there is a need to check the excesses
Nollywood actress Ruth Kadiri has joined many voices reacting to the murder of Deborah Samuel in Sokoto State.
In a post via her Instastory, Ruth said it was impossible for a Nigeria to work unless the excesses were genuinely checked.
The talented actress pointed out that Nigeria can only work if the laws of the country can stand above religion.
Ruth added that the hands of the country’s leaders are tied, she went on to say that the country’s constitution is a mess.
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The actress wrote:
“A Nigeria really cannot work unless these excesses can be resolutely and boldly. The country’s constitution is a mess. The hands of the rulers are tied. If we can’t find laws that stand above religion. So it’s better that we both go our separate ways.
See his message below:
It comes after a student identified as Deborah Samuel from Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto State was burned to death for alleged blasphemy.
Daily Trust reports that the student who was accused of insulting the Prophet Muhammad (SAW), was reduced to a pulp.
In a video of the scene of the incident by the media, young men threw rocks at him. Some also used sticks and different objects to hit her.
Mr Macaroni reacts as Atiku Abubakar deletes post condemning Deborah Samuel’s death
Blasphemy: Why I deleted the tweet condemning the murder of Deborah Samuel, reveals Atiku
Popular Nigerian sketch maker and activist, Mr. Macaroni joins the many voices speaking out against former vice president and 2023 presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar’s decision to delete a tweet where he condemned the murder of student Deborah Samuel.
Macaroni said Atiku’s action showed that politicians do not care about Nigerians and only remember the citizens when elections are approaching.
He urged citizens not to fall into the trap of their gadgets.