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Today's Headlines: It’s Easier To Meet Bandits Than Buhari - Gumi, Fear in Ekiti as bandits Attack

Gunmen free kidnapped Imo monarch, cabinet chiefs

The Umueze Nguru autonomous community in Aboh Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State was on Saturday morning thrown into celebration following return of its traditional ruler, Eze Charles Iroegbu, who was kidnapped last Wednesday.

The popular monarch, who is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of All States Mass Transit, was kidnapped alongside five cabinet chiefs and two palace guards.

They were kidnapped at Seven and Half Junction along Umuahia-Anara-Orlu Road, after attending a traditional wedding ceremony in Ehime Mbano LGA.

Source: The Nation

Fear in Ekiti as bandits shoot monarch

A traditional ruler in Ekiti State and the Elewu of Ewu Ekiti in Ilejemeje Local government, Oba Adetutu Ajayi narrowly escaped death Friday evening, as suspected gunmen rained bullets on his car.

Though, the monarch escaped death, he was said to have sustained gunshot injuries and now being hospitalized in one of the medical facilities in Ekiti State.

A source told journalists in Ado Ekiti on Saturday that the monarch was travelling in his official car to the neighbouring Ayetoro Ekiti, in Ido/Osi local government when the gunmen struck.

Source: DailyPost

Gumi: It’s Easier To Meet Bandits Than Buhari

Sheik Ahmad Gumi, respected Islamic Cleric, says it is easier to meet with bandits that President Muhammadu Buhari.

According to Dr. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, spokesman of Northern Elders’ Forum, Gumi told stakeholders in the region that he had made fruitless efforts to meet with the president over the rising insecurity.

The cleric has been on a peace mission to stronghold of bandits in a bid to find solution to banditry.

Source: Dailytrust

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