The Shehu Shagari College of Education student Deborah Samuel’s suspected killers are still being sought after, according to the Sokoto State Police Command.
In May 2022, Samuel was stoned to death over blasphemy accusations by some students who were thought to be her classmates.
The people who were detained by the police, according to DSP Sanusi Abubakar, the command’s spokesman, were not the main suspects in the case. They were just one of the people who planned the riot, according to Abubakar.
He further stated that those detained remained in remand custody as the court had instructed.
Abubakar added that the main suspects were still at large but that there were ongoing efforts to apprehend them.
According to a police spokesperson, those people who were detained at the time—who were not the suspected murderers—contributed to the violent riot and were brought before the judge, who ordered that they be remanded in custody. We have sent our intelligence to every region of the state regarding those alleged killers and distributed their photos to media outlets.
“We’re still searching for them, and we’re confident we can find them and catch them. We’ll find them and bring them before a judge who can hear their case.
He pledged that the command would be impartial in the matter and added that Muhammed Gumel, the state’s police commissioner, would see to it that justice was done. It might interest you to read Sex for grades: TASUED suspends lecturer declared wanted by ICPC
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