What I’ll Do if President Tinubu Asks Me to Dialogue With Bandits, Sheikh Gumi Reveals

What I’ll Do if President Tinubu Asks Me to Dialogue With Bandits, Sheikh Gumi Reveals

  • Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has revealed he is more than ready to dialogue with bandits so that Nigeria will experience peace again
  • The Islamic scholar disclosed that he will volunteer to be part of the process if President Bola Tinubu urged him to do so
  • Sheikh Gumi revealed further that dialogue with the bandits has nothing to do with leadership but rather a holistic approach is all that is required

Renowned Islamic Scholar Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has given conditions to dialogue with bandits.

The Kaduna-based scholar in an interview with Daily Trust expressed the willingness to volunteer negotiations with bandits in order to restore peace in the country.

Bandits, Bola Tinubu, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi
Sheikh Gumi said he is ready to dialogue with Bandits if President Tinubu asks him to do so.
Photo credit: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Dr. Ahmad Abubakar Mahmud Gumi
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Islamic Scholar gives condition to dialogue with bandits

Sheikh Gumi said he would join the process if President Bola Ahmed Tinubu requests him to do so.

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While he stated that he doesn’t necessarily have to lead the negotiations, Gumi said he would gladly be part of any government-approved group tasked with handling the talks.

He emphasized the need for a holistic approach that involves scholars, emirs, and professors working together to bring peace back to affected areas.

“I don’t have to lead it, but I would volunteer myself to be part of it. It’s not about leadership; it’s about a holistic package that addresses the issue.

“We need the involvement of emirs, scholars, and university professors who have conducted extensive research on these matters. Let’s all sit down together so that we can achieve peace and enable people to return to their farms,” Sheikh Gumi expressed.

Sheikh Gumi reveals 2 major reasons President Tinubu retired over 100 military generals

Controversial Islamic Scholar, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, has condemned the culture of retiring senior military chiefs at the beginning of a new democratic government since the return of democracy in 1999.

The renowned Kaduna-based Islamic scholar condemned the appointment of new service chiefs by President Bola Tinubu and the compulsory retirement of over 100 military commanders.

Gumi, a former military general, said it is not advisable to retire several military generals with lots of experience and training while revealing the economic implication of the practice.

3 reasons why dialogue with bandits is a waste of time, Shehu Sani reveals

The former Senator of Kaduna Central District, Shehu Sani, has revealed the three reasons why dialogue between the federal government and bandits will not produce results in the country.

Sani said state governors who tried to dialogue with bandits in the past regretted their actions.

In a tweet shared on his verified Twitter handle @ShehuSani on Sunday, July 2, Sani said bandits are not founded on any religious, ethnic or political cause.

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