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Nigerian Lecturer writes about brother who was killed

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A Nigerian lecturer whose brother was killed in the recent Kaduna crisis which ensued over the weekend, has penned down a tribute to him.

According to the Nigerian lecturer, his late brother was in church with a group of youths when the crisis broke out in Kaduna metropolis. He wrote;

This dude, Adama Charis Samuel, he is my immediate younger brother.

Yesterday, he was in church with a group of youths when the crisis broke out in Kaduna metropolis. He led the youths to a close by barracks and was at the entrance to the barracks when I called him at about 6pm. He expressed his dissatisfaction with why it always has to be like this in Kaduna.

Later that evening, I was informed that Sam was stabbed in the head and at the back. He had apparently gone back to church to lock the place when he was attacked. He managed himself for over 2km to the closest hospital. Unfortunately for him no doctor was on ground to assist. The nurses did all they could but he had lost so much blood.

Sam struggled to stay alive, but God needed him more than we do. We lost him.

Sam, was, is and will continue to be my BEST FRIEND.

I BLESS THE NAME OF THE LORD, HAVING COGNIZANCE THAT SAM, is not lost. He is a worshipper and a God Chaser. I have not stop hearing Sam and the 24 Elders + that cloud of witness making worship to Elohim.

I will surely miss him.

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