Deborah Samuel’s mother has said the rest of her children will not attend school again.
Deborah’s mother, Aileri Emmanuel, in an interview with The Punch, said she would never send her remaining seven children to school because of the gruesome killing of her daughter.
It is the first time she will be speaking on the death of her daughter, who was a 200 level student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Sokoto.
She was lynched last week for allegedly blaspheming Prophet Muhammad.
The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, on Sunday also said it would explore all avenues to get justice for late Deborah.
In a chat with The Punch on Sunday, Rev Bayo Oladeji, the Spokesman for the CAN President, said the Christian body would consider writing petitions to the United Nations and other international organisations to bring them up to speed on the plight of Christians in Nigeria.
Oladeji said the incident was evidence that Nigeria should not have been removed from the US list of countries that violate religious freedom.