By The Time Buhari Is Done In 2023, Sheik Gumi Should Be Competing With Dangote - Odanz
By Longnewsreport | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 5777 views
You will recall that after the unfortunate Kidnapping of Kagara school boys in Niger, news with photos has it that the famous Islamic cleric in person of Sheik Gumi has gone into the forest and negotiated with the bandits on the way of peace.
News also has it that the government has paid 800M naira for the release of the boys and while Nigerians have continued to lament over the vicious circle, one twitter user in person of Kelvin shared his thought as thus below:
"By the time president Buhari is done in 2023, Sheik Gumi should be competing with dangote as the richest man in Nigeria. I am sure he is not just negotiating with those terrorist because he has a good heart, service charge suppose dey. The more the kidnapping, the taller the money grows"
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