Zamfara blasphemy killings: Police lifts curfew on Talata Mafara

Police armed for protest

The Zamfara State Police Command has lifted the curfew imposed on Talata-Mafara and its environs on the August 22, following violent attack that led to the killing of eight persons.

This is contained in a statement signed by the command Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Shehu Muhammad in Gusau on Saturday.

Mr. Muhhammad advised parents to ensure that their children remain law abiding and warned that anyone caught causing trouble would face the full wrath of the law.

Police had imposed a dusk to dawn curfew following a mob attack that killed eight persons over alleged of blasphemy against Islam.(NAN)

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  • Omotolaaraujo

    That’s the whole story? BORING and RIDICULOUS! Eight people died for committing some supposed blasphemy. Early Primates were more developed than the Nigerian government.

  • George

    Oh Buhari, Aisha, and every Northerners Muslims God Almighty will surely visit this killing and other like upon you people generations born and unborn.

    SHAME ON TINUBU. SHAME ON OBAMA, SHAME ON MBAKA, shame on every one that aided Buhari to power. shame shame shame. God where are you father.

  • Rominiyis

    What is important is arrest and prosecution of those who did it simple. The only solution to its re-occurrence. Local religion teachers and preachers needs to be licence after proper training. Preaching and teaching without education should be illegal and strictly enforced.