Have you ever read about the forty-eight laws of power? The fourteenth law in the forty-eight laws of power encourages one to pose as a friend but work as a spy. The case of Goma Sama'ila, a dreaded bandit leader and a cattle rustler is an example of someone who poses as a friend but works as a spy. No wonder, the 48 laws of power encourages one to keep his friends close and his enemies closer.
There are so many people hiding under the umbrella of religion to perpetrate evil and that's why we are warned to be wary of fake friends, they are like wolves in sheep's clothing.
Judging from the scar on Goma Samaila's forehead, it's obvious that he did carry out his religious activities diligently and nobody would have suspected him. In every twelve surely there must be a bad apple.
Kudos to the Nigerian security operatives for proving to us that criminality knows no religion. We all need to be mindful of the people we interact with because all that glitters isn't gold.
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