The agitations from Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and yoruba nation is becoming alarming to the extent that so many people have started reacting towards it. IPOB and Yoruba Nation have been seeking for the division of Nigeria through their leaders Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho, the two activists have raised so much tension in some parts of the country over their quest to divide Nigeria.
The Agitations raised by Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and Yoruba Nation are becoming alarming to the extent that so many people have started reacting towards it. IPOB and Yoruba Nation have been seeking the division of Nigeria through their leaders Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho the two activists have raised tension in Nigeria over their quest to divide Nigeria without knowing that Nigeria cannot be divided.
Controversial Islamic cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, recently delivered an elaborate write-up concerning the activities of bandits in the north. In it, he talked about how the problem started and suggested to the government the best way forward in putting an end to the crisis; he warned against military intervention and advocated for an amnesty deal, instead.
Once upon a time, Boko Haram terrorists and the bandits were regarded as two distinct entities plaguing the north. The former were viewed as Islamic fundamentalists hell bent on gaining control of the government, in a bid to establish an Islamic state in Nigeria. On the other hand, the bandits were seen as criminals primarily focused on kidnapping people for ransom.
According to Sahara Reporters, The Kaduna State-based Islamic cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, has visited Igboho town in Oyo State, the home town of Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho. (Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters) Sunday Igboho who called for the Yoruba Nation is being accused of a separatist tendency, and he had been under the searchlight of security operatives.
Image credit : guardian.ng The insecurity caused by Fulani herdsmen bandits have been a source of worry for every one in the country. Sheikh Gumi while reacting to an allegations levied against him by presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina concerning the issue of bandits in the country reveal some strategy the federal government can use to win the war against bandits on his Facebook page.
Controversial Islamic cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, is someone who has constantly received backlash from Nigerians as a result of his unpopular opinions regarding bandits. In the past couple of months, Gumi has raised eyebrows and sent tongues wagging with his advocacy for amnesty for the kidnappers and killers, as well as the claims he made about them which ultimately turned out to be wrong.
3 Important Things Sheik Gumi Said In His Reply To Femi Adesina On Banditry And Being A Bandit-Lover
Popular Islamic cleric and Northern leader, Sheik Ahmad Gumi has responded to an article written by Femi Adesina, the presidential spokesman. (Photo Credit - Whistler.ng) In the article written by Femi Adesina the presidential spokesman had taken attacked Ahmad Gumi Gumi, whom he called a 'bandit-lover'.
A lot has been said about the government's war on banditry in the north of Nigeria, from calls for it to continue to pleas to cease military action completely in favour of an amnesty deal. A strong supporter of the first motion is former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani Kayode (FFK), while an advocate of the second view is no other than the controversial cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi.
Banditry has been one of the twin terrors of the north, alongside Boko Haram terrorists, for quite some time now, quickly becoming a major thorn in the flesh of northerners. The problem has since gone beyond the kidnapping of students, and progressed to rampant killings and even the attempted invasion of states, as seen in the cases of Katsina and Zamfara.
The agitations from Yoruba Nation and IPOB are have raised so much tension to the extent that so many people have started reacting towards it. Yoruba Nation and IPOB agitators have been seeking Nigeria's division through their leaders Nnamdi Kanu And Sunday Igboho but they fail to know that Nigeria is too formidable to divide.
Renowned Islamic scholar, Sheik Ahmad Gumi has come up with a theory he believes could help the federal government in the fight against bandits and other forms of terrorism in the country. Gumi who has always been advocating for amnesty for the deadly group always gives sufficient reason Bandits should not be treated like criminals by federal government despite their killings, kidnapping and consistent havoc they are wrecking in places they attack.
Despite all the atrocities committed by the bandits in the northern part of Nigeria, controversial Islamic cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, has continued to advocate for negotiation to be used in dealing with them instead of military action. He recently solidified this stance in a lecture at Ahmadu Bello University, where he insisted on dialogue being used with the criminals.
It is no longer news that the Kaduna State-based controversial Islamic cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, has visited Igboho town in Oyo State, the home town of Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo, more commonly known as Sunday Igboho. Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters Sheik Ahmad Gumi volunteered himself as intermediary between deadly bandits and government when there was need to negotiate with bandits to secure release of abducted students in Zamfara State.
The problem of kidnapping and banditry is one that has reached unprecedented heights in recent times in Northern Nigeria. Even as the military has been deployed to checkmate their devious activities, the bandits have continued to fight back and prove themselves formidable. In the midst of all this, the controversial Islamic cleric and scholar, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, has made a name for himself for his tendency to defend the outlaws.
It is no longer news that popular Islamic scholar and northern leader, Sheik Ahmad Gumi has responded to the allegations levied against him by presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina. (Photo Credit - Google) Femi Adesina had in his weekly article attacked Sheik Ahmad Gumi by calling him a 'bandit lover'.
Bandits attack is no doubt giving a lot of people sleepness night, especially the people of Zamfara, Katsina, Kaduna and few other states in Nigeria. The stakeholders in the most affected States are leaving no stone unturned to defeat the deadly monsters ravaging the country. In order to defeat banditry before it turns to what Boko Haram became, all hands must be on deck to wage war against it.
The mother of Sunday Adeyemo popularly known as Sunday Igboho and allies have asked Sheikh Gumi to stay away from Yoruba Land. Sunday Igboho's mother and some Yoruba Nation activists recently visited Igboho town to offer prayer in order to nullify the effect of the visit of a cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, to the town according to Punch newspaper.
Pictures and a video have surfaced online which revealed that Popular Islamic cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, last weekend, paid a visit to Igboho town in Oyo State, South-West Nigeria. Igboho is a town in Oyo State where embattled activist, Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as 'Sunday Igboho' hails from.
Scores of supporters of Chief Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho, his mother and allies have visited Igboho town to offer prayers to ‘nullify’ the effect of the visit of a cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, to the town, the Punch reports. Sheikh Ahmad Gumi Video footage had emerged of the controversial cleric standing in front of the Muslim Grammar School in Modeke/Igboho during a visit to the town.