Kagara kidnap: Bandits I met didn’t kidnap Niger students – Sheikh Gumi
Standard Islamic scholar, Ahmad Gumi, has stated the bandits he met in Niger State should not liable for the kidnapping of 27 college students of Authorities Science Faculty, GSC, in Kagara.
Gumi stated the bandits instructed me that they had no fingers within the abduction of the scholars.
Talking with ThisDay, the Islamic scholar additionally distanced himself from any type of negotiation with bandits.
Gumi stated his conferences with bandits was to dissuade them from crime and guarantee peace.
He stated: “I’m not a part of any negotiations. We simply met a few of these militants in Niger State, attempting to dissuade them from their militancy.
“We requested them the bandits about what occurred and so they stated they know the group that kidnapped the bus and so they stated they are going to intercede and see that they’re launched.
“However for the (faculty) kids, they stated they didn’t know who did it as a result of it was too early for them to know. These teams we met could also be having issues with a splinter group.
“The individuals I met with should not those who kidnapped the scholars.”
Bandits had final week Wednesday kidnapped college students at GSC Kagara in Rafi Native Authorities Space of Niger State.
41 individuals most of whom are college students and employees of the college had been kidnapped.
Shortly after the kidnapping, Gumi had met with the bandits.
Kagara kidnap: Bandits I met didn’t kidnap Niger college students – Sheikh Gumi