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Three Things Discovered As Deborah Samuel’s Siblings Begin School Today – [Photos]

 

Deborah Samuel Siblings begin School today
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Another promise to Deborah Samuel‘s family was fulfilled today as her siblings made their first appearance in school after the sad experience they went through.

Deborah was the female student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto State, that was beaten and burnt to death weeks ago over alleged blasphemy, Naija News reports.

The young lady who was born into a Christian family in Niger State was killed by some Muslim fanatics in her school after she condemned a religious post on her departmental WhatsApp group.

The manner by which Deborah was murdered had attracted reactions across borders.

Deborah Samuel’s family, however, received comfort after a renowned clergyman in Rivers State, Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere offered to support them.

The founder and General overseer of the Omega Power Ministries (OPM), offered to move Deborah’s parents and her siblings to Port Harcourt, provide for them a house and send the children to school, a promise he has now fulfilled.

Naija News understands that Deborah’s siblings began to attend classes today in Port Harcourt.

Three things, however, were noticed as the children were taken to school today.

1- Deborah’s father by himself drove the children to school today. Reports revealed that Mr Samuel was driving a commercial vehicle in the north for someone before Apostle Chinyere stepped into their situation and bought him the Corolla car.

2- It was discovered today that both parents and children can not speak or understand the English language. Only the first son according to reports could speak and understand English.

3- Another discovery was that Children from rich homes are not allowed in the school Deborah Samuel’s siblings would be attending. The school, Naija News understands was built purposely for children of poor widows, Orphans, Children from less privileged homes as their fees, food and school materials is fully sponsored by OPM.