I’m Not A Negotiator For Bandits – Sheikh Gumi Says After Abduction Of College students, RCCG MembersMarch 30, 2021
Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, a controversial Islamic scholar, has mentioned he doesn’t negotiate for bandits.
Gumi disclosed this throughout a gathering with former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani, yesterday.
Sani had visited Gumi to plead with him to assist negotiate the discharge of the 39 Faculty college students and eight members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) who have been kidnapped on the weekend.
Nevertheless, Gumi mentioned:
“As for the Faculty college students, we now have carried out all we are able to do. In reality, I had a gathering with mother and father of the kidnapped college students sequel to their assembly with Authorities.
“I confirmed them what the issue is they usually went to go to authorities and returned.
“I’m not a negotiator for bandits, we at all times ensured that authorities officers have been current in our earlier discussions with bandits within the forests, earlier than the Federal Authorities’s shoot at sight order.”
Bandits had a couple of weeks in the past kidnapped some college students of the Federal Faculty of Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka in Kaduna.
Additionally, unknown gunmen had over the weekend kidnapped some members of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, within the state.
The abductors additionally demanded N50 million as a ransom for his or her launch.