ALLEGED BLASPHEMY! DSS, Army, Police Storm Lagos Law School
Operatives of the Department of State Security Service (DSS), troops of the Nigerian Army and the Nigeria Police stormed the premises of the Nigerian Law School in Lagos.
Their intention was to avert a break down of law and order over alleged blasphemy by a student.
Tension heightened as a Christian student, Madu Vitrus Sunday, reportedly sent blasphemous posts to WhatsApp groups within the campus.
In reaction, some of the Muslim students vowed to lynch him if the school does not take immediate action.
“What he posted is the ugliest form of blasphemy against our Holy Prophet Muhammad, Peace Be Upon Him,” a student told reporters.
“Even some of us the moderate ones can not tolerate that kind of insult against the Prophet.
“It is a serious case because some students damn the consequences and vow to lynch him on sight.”
The Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN) Nigerian Law School chapter, has already written a petition to the school authority over the matter.
The Muslim students wanted action to be taken in accordance with Rule 3(5) of the Code of Conduct for Students of the Nigerian Law School.
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