Husband of a the female trader, Mrs. Bridget Agbaheme, who was killed in Kano state for alleged blasphemy, has debunked earlier claims that the woman was beheaded.
Mr. Agbaheme said his wife was stoned to death and not beheaded as earlier reported, except they went to hospital to behead her.
It would be recalled that Bridget was attacked by religious fanatics at Kofar Wambai Market in the state after she allegedly told Muslims ‘not to perform abolition here’.
Speaking with AIT, the deceased husband narrated how his wife was killed.
“I have lived with my family for 42 years in Kano.”
He said after his wife was ambushed by the extremists, she was pelted with stones until she died, before the security authorities arrived.
Agbaheme said, “She was not beheaded, except they went to the hospital to bring her out and behead her.”
He noted that his wife, until her death, was a Deeper Life Church member.
“Her corpse has been deposited in the morgue of a hospital,” he said.

READ ALSO  Somali Islamists kill govt official, bomb AU convoy