I Have Government Support to Meet With Bandits – Sheikh Gumi

Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, an Islamic cleric, has stated that he was never invited or arrested by State Security Service (SSS) operatives and that the government is aware of his meetings with criminals in the jungles.

The SSS invited Gumi after he claimed that security agents colluded with bandits.

Gumi, however, disputed those claims following Jumaat prayer at Sultan Bello Mosque in Kaduna State.

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“Nobody invited me for questioning or any arrest, I can say that categorically,” Mr Gumi told Channels TV.

“Since I ventured into the forest, I went there with full security, the police, with the knowledge of the DSS, traditional rulers, the Fulani leaders, I never went alone.”

Mr Gumi went on to say that he and government officials have been dealing with the bandits all along and that the people need not be concerned.

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“All along, I have been doing it with the government and there is no difference between us and the authority. So people should have their peace,” the cleric said.

In other news, the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has charged the Federal Government to take action against the activities of bandits and herders who are ravaging the country.

According to MURIC, the punishments for bandits to include either execution or crucifiction, cutting off their hands and legs from opposite sides or sending them into exile. Professor Ishaq Akintola, the director of MURIC issued a statement where he warned against playfully handling the crimes committed by the bandits.

Part of the statement read: “We should also let the bandits know the gravity of their crimes and the ‘kabiirah’ status of their sins,” READ HERE

Source: newzandar.com

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