Nigerians trooped to the social media once more to sentence the assertion credited to controversial Islamic cleric, Ahmad Gumi, saying bandits can not depart the nation till they’re given amnesty just like the Niger Delta militants.
Yesterday, Gumi, as he has performed so many instances with out being questioned by the Nigerian authorities and its safety brokers, advocated for the terrorising bandits within the nation, insisting that the army actions can not remove them.
The Kaduna-based Sheikh who had visited bandits within the forest a number of instances, to facilitate peace offers, made the statements through his Facebook web page focusing a lot on Zamfara state with the title, “Zamfara: The Flaring Of Crisis.”
On social media, a number of Nigerians reacted to Gumi’s assertion; on Facebook, Salami Kabir Akinkunmi commented, “Addressing this man as Sheikh is a great insult to Muslim’s personality.”
Clement Onoja additionally mentioned, “This man has a hidden agenda against Nigeria. If Sheikh Gumi comes from other parts of the country, DSS could have arrested him now.”
In his personal response, Tobin Williams mentioned, “So finally the truth is coming out, because it’s very glaring that this man who seems to pose as a good man negotiating for the Federal Government is actually negotiating under the guise of bandits for them to get amnesty, may God help us in this country.”
Ediale Elvis Akhuetie reacted as, “In the same country where the likes of Nnamdi Kanu, Sunday Igboho and their supporters are been hunted down by various security agencies; Gumi, despite all his numerous atrocities and obvious connection with terrorism and banditry, is living an exotic life.”
According to Alawusa Ismail Olanrewaju, “Welcome to a country of double standard…Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho were quickly arrested…but this extremist Sheikh Gumi has been defending bandits all this while yet this government keep looking away…that’s why we won’t relent on Yoruba nation.”
While registering their grievances on Instagram, @ob_1_photography commented, “Unfortunately, people like this character are protected in Nigeria. People have gone to prison for saying far less than what comes out of his mouth regularly.”
@gikkyross requested, “When will the DSS arrest Boko haram spoke person Gumi?”
@aniefiok.umoren.50 asserted, “DSS should pick this man up. Or is he above the law?”