The victim was murdered in Kano by Muslim youth who accused her of blasphemy against the Prophet Muhammed.
Christians Demand Protection After Woman Killed for Insulting Islam
Deutsche Welle, 4 June 2016
Christians in Nigeria's mainly Muslim north have demanded authorities do more to protect them after a woman was stabbed over an alleged religious dispute. President Mohammadu… Read more »
Blasphemy - Prime Suspect in Killing of Kano Woman Arrested - Governor
Premium Times, 4 June 2016
Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano has announced the arrest of the prime suspect in the killing of a trader at Kofar Wambai market in Kano city. Read more »
Islamic Group Condemns Kano Blasphemy Killing
Vanguard, 5 June 2016
The Jama'atu Nasril Islam (JNI), has condemned the murder of a market woman in Kano, Mrs. Bridget Agbahime, by a mob for alleged blasphemy. Read more »
Sultan Calls for Calm Over Kano Blasphemy
Daily Trust, 5 June 2016
Following an alleged blasphemy in Wambai area of Kano state and Pandogari, Rafi Local Government Council of Niger state, the Sultan of Sokoto and President-General of the Jama'atu… Read more »
Kano Blasphemy - Sultan Condemns Perpetrators, Calls for Proactive Governance
Premium Times, 5 June 2016
The Jama'atu Nasril Islam, JNI, an Islamic coalition led by the Sultan of Sokoto, has condemned the murder of Bridget Agbahime. Read more »
Alleged Blasphemy - Sultan-Led Jama'atu Nasril Islam Condemns Mob Killing of Christian Woman
The umbrella body for Nigerian Muslim groups on Sunday condemned the mob killing of an elderly Christian woman in northern city of Kano last week, describing the perpetrators as… Read more »
Premium Times Special - Kano Killing: What Islam Says About Blasphemy and Killings
Thursday's brazen attack and the killing of a market woman, Bridget Agbahime, at Kofar Wambai market in Kano, who was alleged to have blasphemed the Prophet Muhammad has left many… Read more »
Kano Blasphemy - Islamic Group Condemns Killing, Wants Perpetrators Prosecuted
The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has condemned the murder of a woman who allegedly blasphemed Islam's Prophet Muhammed. Read more »
Buhari Condemns 'Blasphemy Killing'
President Muhammadu Buhari has described as sad and regrettable the developments that led to the killing of Bridget Agbahime, a market woman in Kano. Read more »
President Buhari Condemns Killing of Igbo Woman in Kano
Vanguard, 4 June 2016
President Muhammadu Buhari has described the killing of Mrs Bridget Agbahime, an Igbo market woman in Kano, as sad and regrettable. Read more »
IG Condemns Muslims' Murder of Abahime, 2 Arrested
This Day, 4 June 2016
Following the allegation of blasphemy by religious fanatics, which led to the gruesome murder of Mrs. Bridget Abahime at the weekend in Kano, the Inspector-General of Police (IGP),… Read more »
Woman Killed in Kano for Alleged Blasphemy
This Day, 3 June 2016
An unidentified woman was yesterday killed at Yan Robobi in Kofar Wambai market inKani by an irate mob, who accused her of blasphemy against Prophet Mohammed. Read more »
Niger Govt Sets Up Panel to Probe Deadly Blasphemy Riot
Premium Times, 1 June 2016
Gov. Abubakar Bello of Niger State on Wednesday in Abuja said a panel had been instituted by the state government to investigate a religious crisis that broke out in Pandogari town… Read more »
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