The director of the Auschwitz Museum in Poland, Piotr Czibinski, has approached Nigerian President Muhammadu Bohari with a proposal to serve part of a ten-year sentence handed down to a 13-year-old boy for sacrilege. Tsibinski apologized to Omar Farouk, who was accused of making illicit remarks during an argument, and was tried under Sharia law in the northern Nigerian state of Kano last month.
If the pardon is not allowed, Tsibinsky said he and 119 other volunteers would take the boy’s sentence, and would each spend a month in a Nigerian prison.
“As the director of a memorial site for the place where children were imprisoned and murdered, I can not remain indifferent to this sentence, which is a disgrace to humanity,” he wrote in a letter to the president, posted on the museum’s Twitter account.
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