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Many Bandits are not happy with the conflict and they are willing to repent - Sheikh Gumi tells BBC

Sheikh Gumi, in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), has revealed that many bandits are not happy with the recent conflict in Nigeria, and they are willing to repent. The recent development was disclosed by a journalist known as Abdulbaki Jari via his Twitter account.

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According to what Jari tweeted, Gumi told BBC that Nigerians need to pressure the government to allow people like him who have started preaching to bandits to continue.

He added that the government should equip and assist him preach to the terrorist group because many of them are not happy with all that is currently happening, adding that they are willing to repent.

The above statement made by Gumi gained the attention of Nigerian who came across it. Those who reacted said they don't need bandits to repent. They revealed that they should be convicted and jailed because the terrorist group have caused a lot of harm to innocent people recently.

Others are still wondering why many of them are not happy when they attack, abduct, extort and kill people mercilessly, relentlessly and spontaneously and get rewarded in cash. They added that government need to arrested Gumi and interrogate him.

Nevertheless, some person maintained that if the government should provide job opportunities to the people, a lot of these group of criminals will cease to exist. See more reactions below.

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