Kano artist condemned to death for lewdness offers capital punishment
Yahaya Sharif-Aminu, the Kano artist condemned to death for sacrilege by a Shari’a court, has requested capital punishment.
On August 10, Sharif was condemned to death by hanging by the Upper Shari’a Court in Kano after he was seen as blameworthy of submitting disrespect against Prophet Muhammad in a viral tune.
After he was condemned, he was given an elegance time of 30 days to claim the judgment.
Sharif’s direction, Kola Alanipini, in a suit documented at the Kano State High Court on Thursday, September 3, has requested that the court put the judgment in a safe spot, TheCable reports. This follows report Thursday morning that the duplicates of the judgment were given to Femi Falana, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) and basic freedoms legal counselor.
Abdullahi Ganduje, the Governor of Kano State, had expressed that the State Government has acknowledged capital punishment and would not sit around idly to sign the decision if Sharif-Aminu doesn’t bid following 30 days or on the off chance that he loses the intrigue.