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Mediator Gumi lists what Bandits need to halt killings in Nigeria
Northern elder spokesman cum mediator of the rampaging killer group regarded as bandits has enlisted possible requirements to attain by governments before the seizure of killings in Nigeria.
The widely criticized self-acclaimed middle person to the criminal group, Ahmad Gumi noted that bandits turned down pleads to end hostility because land and enough money were not delivered to them.
Gathered reports by the Islamic cleric revealed that previous engagement to enable restoration of peace with killers failed because no ” lands or cattle or money big enough” was presented
Me Gi further unclosed that the government would sometimes give poor money just to retrieve their weapons without caring about how the bandits survive.
“just give them (bandits) a million or two million and get their weapons without even looking at how they survive.”
Brokering a way out while on a live Facebook stream on Tuesday, Gumi recommended that religion alone can only be used to pacify the Northern-based raiders to embrace peace.
In a live stream on his Facebook page on Tuesday, the self-appointed mediator for bandits said only religion can be used to pacify them to embrace peace.
Recall the defunct Niger Delta militants were once compared with the bandits by Mr. Gumi, who requested that a federal ministry be founded to address their grievances including the killer Fulani herders.
In contrary to ceric’s stance, Katsina Governor Aminu Masari, has publicly acknowledged that Fulanis are the bandits killing and kidnapping Nigerians, kicked against views calling for amnesty.