Hassan Tambuwal, a Nigerian living in the United Kingdom, has been suspended by Twitter following his express support for Islamic State (ISIS) attack on Brussels, TheCable Investigations has revealed.
The Nigerian, who is known to be an ardent supporter of Liverpool football club, was reported to the UK police following his caustic comments via his Twitter account.
— ↕️ (@deshbhakthoon) March 23, 2016
Tambuwal, whose twitter account was Hassan_Anfield (@hassan_tambuwal), tweeted after the Brussels attack that he was ready to die. He also praised those who carried out the attack, which left over 35 people dead.
He was also in support of ISIS terrorists who were responsible for the death of about 130 people in what was regarded as the deadliest ISIS attack in Europe.
— DJ Steveewonder (@djsteveewonder) March 22, 2016
He said in one of his tweets, that Germany, Denmark and UK were next, adding that “every soul shall taste death”.
“Job done, Paris and now Brussels…Amsterdam, Vienna, Berlin, London, Warsaw, Copenhagen, Madrid, Budapest…next target. Long live (IS),” he said in a tweet.
— † SP كافر حربي (@ChestnutPrince) March 22, 2016