CAN Kicks Against Freeing Suspected Killers Of Igbo Woman In The North, See What They Threaten To Do Next

The Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN) in the 19 Northern States and Abuja is not happy that the five who were accused of killing Bridget Agbahime, the Igbo woman who was killed for alleged blasphemy in Kano were set free.

The body therefore called on the Attorney General of the Federation to urgently call the Kano State Attorney General to order and ensure that justice was seen to be done in the case.

The association’s public relations Officer, Rev. John Joseph Hayab, who spoke to newsmen in Kaduna said the judgment has further brought the judiciary into serious attack, stressing that more needs to be done to ensure the judiciary discharges its duty credibly.

Hayab lamented that after all facts presented against the suspects, there was no justification for the Kano State Attorney General through the Principal State Counsel, Mr. Rabiu Yusuf to have told the court that they had no case to answer