Deborah Samuel, a 21-year old Christian student at a college in northern Nigeria, was named as Deborah Samuel.
After accusing her of blasphemy for a voice message she shared on WhatsApp, a mob of her classmates beat her to death.
According to her father and mother, their lives have changed dramatically since her death.
Blasphemy laws in Nigeria have been controversial for a long time.
While Nigerian law does not base itself on any religion whatsoever, twelve states of the Muslim-majority North have Islamic courts that consider blasphemy a crime punishable by death.
However, death sentences for blasphemy are not being executed. Blasphemy accusations often lead to mob murders.
Reporter : Ishaq Khalid
Producer Lina Shaikhouni
Filming by Chukwuemeka Anyikwa