SHOCKING REVELATION: Why Can I Visit Bandits Anytime I Want But Can’t Meet Buhari — Sheik Gumi
I can meet bandits whenever I like, but not Buhari, Gumi revealed.
Sheik Ahmad Gumi, a well-known Islamic cleric, has said that meeting with bandits is easier than meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari.
Dr. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, a spokesman for the Northern Elders’ Forum, said Gumi made the submission.
According to him, the cleric said this while speaking about insecurity in Nigeria at a recent stakeholder’s summit, where he noted that he had tried many times to meet with President Buhari to address the country’s security situation, but all of his attempts had been futile.
Gumi has become a familiar face when it comes to dealing and bargaining with bandits in order to find a long-term solution to Nigeria’s banditry and kidnapping problems.
“Today, Sheikh Dr Abubakar Gumi told the Northern Peoples Summit in Kaduna how he spent months meeting bandits and even more months trying in vain to meet and advise President Buhari on how to combat the scourge,” Baba-Ahmed wrote. He said that meeting bandits is much easier than meeting the President.”
Sheikh Dr Abubakar Gumi spoke at the Northern Peoples Summit in Kaduna today about how he spent months encountering bandits and even longer trying in vain to meet and advise President Buhari on how to combat the scourge.
He claims that meeting bandits is much easier than meeting the President.
Meanwhile, John Campbell, a former US ambassador to Nigeria, has revealed why the US government will not help Nigeria in its fight against terrorism and banditry.
Campbell said the US government would only provide technical and financial assistance to Nigeria before the government tackles alleged human rights violations by the military and other security agencies, speaking at the inaugural Grow Nigeria Conversation in Abuja on Friday.
He urged President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to do everything possible to restore public trust in the security forces, especially the police.
However, according to Campbell, US law prohibits the US government from providing technical assistance to security forces suspected of human rights abuses.
The allegations, he claims, are a “massive impediment to a more cordial relationship between the US and Nigerian security forces.”
I’m available to meet bandits at any time.
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