Mob overpowered DSS agents trying to save Deborah Samuel

mob overpowered dss agents trying to save deborah samuel
mob overpowered dss agents trying to save deborah samuel

The terrible death of Shehu Shagari College of Education student Deborah Samuel, according to Sokoto state governor Aminu Tambuwal, occurred when a crowd overcame school security personnel.

Governor Tambuwal stated, Saturday, May 20, during a political rally in Delta state, that contrary to popular belief, Department of State Services (DSS) agents attempted but were unable to save the deceased Shehu Shagari College of Education sophomore.

“Contrary possibly to what you are thinking, the security agencies particularly the DSS, were able to get to the school on time and were actually able to get Deborah rescued from the mob initially.

As they were mobilising forces from the military barracks, the police command, the mob was growing. As we speak, one of the DSS agents that attempted to save her life is in the hospital with a broken head and the other one had a broken hand.

They were actually overpowered. It is not as if she was left on her own. There was rescue by the DSS and they were around where she was locked into – a room – because they tried to really save her but unfortunately they were overpowered.”he said

The governor indicated that the situation sparked by the murder has subsided and that it is now safe to travel to Sokoto state.

Deborah was brutally killed and her body was burned by a mob that accused her of making a derogatory remark about the Prophet Mohammed on the class Whatsapp group.

Deborah was interred at her hometown in the state of Niger. Two suspects have been apprehended in connection with her death, while other suspects have been proclaimed sought.

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