Nigerians Call Out Islamic Scholar Over His Advice To FG Concerning Herdsmen. See What He Said
By Flyers | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 2627 views
Sheikh Gumi stirs up mixed reactions again after recent comments concerning herdsmen crises.
The controversies caused by the Fulani herdmens crises continues. The fight led by Yoruba rights, Sunday Igboho to chase fulani herdmens out of South West continues to make the headlines.
Islamic scholar, Sheikh Gumi has recently drawn mixed reactions from Nigerians for his recent comments made concerning the best way to end the crises. Sheikh Gumi has always been against the way the crises has been handled by the government. In one of his statements, he advised the government negotiate with the bandits and grant them amnesty.
In his recent statement reported by punch newspapers, Sheikh Gumi advised the FG to use security budget of the country to address armed Fulanis demand.
This reports has stirred up mixed reactions from Nigerians and most of them were not in agreement with what he said. Here's few comments drawn from the report.
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