Sheikh Gumi Reveals Why Zamfara Bandits He Met Are Not Responsible For The Abduction Of 300 Students
By MagicWriter | self meida writer
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It is no longer a news that Bandits invaded girls secondary school in Zamfara State and abducted almost 300 students.
Just this afternoon, we received a report from Sahara reporters that that a famous Islamic scholar who is popularly known as sheikh Gumi, revealed why Bandits he recently met in the forest are not responsible for the Abduction of 300 Zamfara Students.
In this article, I will be sharing screenshots of what sheikh Gumi Revealed about Bandits He recently Met.
Check out screenshots below:
From the screenshots that was shared above, you will clearly see that sheikh Gumi is trying to defend those Bandits He recently met in the forest.
What do you people think about sheikh Gumi's statement about Bandits He recently met in the forest?
Do you think that sheikh Gumi is saying the truth?
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