"Sheik Gumi Should Be Appointed DG Of DSS, Since He Knows The Hideout Of Bandits", FB User Laments.
By Alikowe | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 5135 views
How did he know their whereabout? Who told him? This is the question in the mind of most people who heard about his negotiation with the bandits.
A Facebook user has reacted to Sheik Gumi's visit and negotiation with the bandits leader when he visited their hideout. Recall that Sheik Gumi had on Thursday went to negotiate with the bandits in their hideout, After the Bandits kidnapped 27 and killed one student during the abduction.
The user with the name: Markus David Saloma wrote that Sheik Gumi should just be appointed the Director General DG of the Department Of State Service DSS, since he knows the whereabout of bandits.
See his post below 👇
See reactions from Facebook users below 👇
Buhari wrote: it's amazing how he's able to locate them within a blink of an eye and our security agencies are still blind.
Alfa wrote: proud of his peace resolution.Gambo wrote: I agree with you comrade, because I don't longer understand his move with this bandit saga.What do you think about his visitation to the bandits hideout?
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