The rate of insecurity in Nigeria has escalated to the core, leaving many in fear and confusion, innocent and harmless citizens are being killed, kidnapped on a daily basis.
Not long ago, students from the Federal College of Forestry and Mechanization in Mando were kidnapped, which made many people wonder whether the country’s insecurity is being resolved or worsened.
However, Ahmad Abubakar Gumi, an Islamic cleric, scholar, and former military official who served as a captain at the Nigeria Defense Academy (NDA). He is currently the Mufti and mufassir at the Kaduna central mosque Sultan Bello.
The Islamic scholar, leader and cleric Sheikh Gumi broke his long silence about insecurity in Nigeria.
Sheikh took to his facebook account to express his grievances about the insecurity challenges in the country and to identify the group of persons capable of tackling the issue, he condemned the current attacks and banditry activities in the country, because he also said that the kidnappers were those who did not understand their actions and the consequences of their actions, claiming that their mission was to ban all actions.
The pictures below are screenshots of his post;
He further pointed out that solving the country’s insecurity is not the domain of politicians or the press. According to him, social scientists, criminologists and economists should be appointed to bear this responsibility.
Many people have reacted to Gumi's post, below are some screenshots of their comments;
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