Gumi Suspends Negotiation With Bandits
An Islamic cleric Ahmad Gumi has said he has suspended negotiations with bandits until “the political situation changes”. Information Guide Nigeria
Recall that the Federal High Court in Abuja had declared bandit groups as terrorists in Nigeria and Gumi had asked for amnesty for the bandits.
According to THE NATION, Gumi revealed his suspension with bandits in an interview with Premium Times that he no longer had anything to do with bandits.
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THE NATION reports Gumi said: “Since the Federal Government has declared them terrorists, I don’t have anything to do with them anymore.
“I will not like to expose myself to danger again and to put a spotlight on myself unnecessarily. Jamb Result
“I have tried all I could do to admonish the nation on the best way to do it, but it seems my advice has fallen on deaf ears.“
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