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Irate youths backed by leaders in Sade community in the Darazo Local Government Area of Bauchi State have burnt a man identified as Talle Mai Ruwa, to death for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad.

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Cashflows learnt that Mai Ruwa was dragged away from his house on Tuesday in the presence of his mother and burnt to death in the middle of the community.

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Eyewitnesses shared gory pictures of the incident with SaharaReporters which showed the middle-aged man covered with tyres and set on fire.

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The witnesses stated further that the youths contributed money to buy petrol to set Mai Ruwa ablaze.

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“The young man was killed by a mob in Sade town for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad. He was dragged from his house by a mob and forcibly set ablaze after being tied to an old car tyre.

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“The village youths donated money to buy the petrol that was used to burn and kill Talle Mai Ruwa,” a resident narrated.

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Another source told SaharaReporters that some youths had earlier dragged the deceased before Islamic clerics where he was asked questions.

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After the questioning session, the clerics reportedly told the crowd that Talle Mai Ruwa deserved to be killed.

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“The mum stood and watched while fire consumed Talle Mai Ruwa until he was reduced to ashes,” he lamented.

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Some residents of the town told SaharaReporters that Talle Mai Ruwa had been going through unspecified type of mental illness.

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This is not the first time that people in northern Nigeria would be passing a death sentence on someone for alleged blasphemy.

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In August 2020, a musician in Kano was sentenced to death by hanging for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad.

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An upper Sharia court said Yahaya Sharif-Aminu, 22, was guilty of committing blasphemy in a song he circulated via WhatsApp in March.

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Mr Sharif-Aminu did not deny the charges.

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Judge Khadi Aliyu Muhammad Kani said he could appeal against the verdict.

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Also in September 2020, the United Nations Children’s Fund condemned the sentencing of a 13-year-old for blasphemy.

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Peter Hawkins, the UNICEF Representative in Nigeria, described as wrong the sentencing of Omar Farouk to 10 years in prison.

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Sharia law court found Farouk guilty of using “disparaging language against Allah” while arguing with a friend.

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Farouk is among many others who have been tried under Sharia law.

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