Mob Kills Man in Abuja Market Over Suspicious Blasphemous Comments

Lugbe Furniture Market Locked

Crisis breaks out in a furniture market in Lugbe district of Abuja, Nigeria’s capital aa one person has been killed following an aguement over Blasphemy.

Free Africa Tv Daily gathered that an arguement ensued between two vigilante operatives, leading to the lock up of one.

The arguement went from bad to worse when friends of the one locked came pleading for his release.

After much arguement, one of the vigilante later insist that even if ‘God comes down’, he won’t let the arrested go.

A comment which provoked the other group, who regrouped, brought down the vigilante office, rescued their man, attacked, kill and set ablaze the vigilante personnel who insisted in God’s name not to release the arrested person.

For now, security has mobilised to the market, but shops are only scantily opened, with hopes that there won’t be a reprisal attack.

Free Africa Tv Daily could not reach any of the security personnel on ground to speak, but some traders who pleaded anonymity say the persons involved are both of the Muslim faith.