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Nigeria’s blasphemy cases in focus

Two young men have landed on the wrong side of Islamic law via social media. Singer Yahaya Aminu Sharif is facing the noose and atheist Mubarak Bala is detained over blasphemy. How aggressive is Nigeria's Sharia?

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