What Naomi Goni said about Prophet Mohammed that triggered protest in Borno

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What Naomi Goni said about Prophet Mohammed that triggered protest in Borno
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Controversial Facebook Post by Naomi Goni Sparks Outrage Among Muslim Community in Borno State.

A recent Facebook post by Naomi Goni has ignited a firestorm of controversy, sparking outrage among Muslim faithful in Borno State. The post, which was obtained by Ejes Gist News , was in response to the tragic murder of Deborah Samuel, a Christian student who was killed for alleged blasphemy in Sokoto.

 

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In her post, Naomi Goni questioned the teachings of Islam, specifically referencing the Prophet Muhammad. Her comments were met with swift condemnation from the Muslim community, with many calling for her to be held accountable for her words.

One Facebook user, Bibatulahi Abubakr, responded to Naomi’s post, stating that the late Deborah Samuel would never rest in peace for “abusing the most important person in the history of mankind.” Naomi’s reply, which has since been widely shared, sparked further outrage, with many deeming her comments as disrespectful and inflammatory.

In her response, Deborah said: “If he is the true god, why can he fight for himself, s-upid Mhammd and his followers.” (tweaked)

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The situation has escalated, with reports of a protest breaking out in Sokoto over Naomi’s comments. The Muslim community is demanding justice, calling for Naomi to face consequences for her actions.

What Naomi Goni said about Prophet Mohammed that triggered protest in Borno

This incident highlights the ongoing tensions between religious groups in Nigeria and the need for greater understanding and respect. As the situation continues to unfold, it is essential to prioritize peaceful dialogue and work towards finding a resolution that promotes unity and understanding among all communities.

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