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Buhari Blows Hot After Gumi Warns Journalists To Stop Calling Bandits Crimanls, Read What He Said (Details below)



The rate of banditry in Nigeria has become so much concern to worry about for the Federal Government, and also citizens who have found it very difficult to live freely without fear of not been attacked by bandits.

Most of their activities these days are abduction which has been seen as lucrative business for them as more ransoms are being paid out to get the freedom of abducted victims.

However, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, an Islamic cleric who spoke with bandits during a meeting with them in Niger state in respect of the abducted victims warns journalists to stop calling them criminals, if they really want them to drop down their weapons and surrender.

It was gathered that Gumi said this during an interview with Arise television some hours ago where he blames media for contributing to the problem of insecurity as a result of the bad name they call bandits.

However, hours Gumi issued warning to journalists to stop using criminal words to describe bandits, the president of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to his statement.

According to Buhari, he said regardless of the name by which they are called, bandits must be treated as criminals, and in that effect, he has directed his new security chiefs and the other security agencies to tackle criminals terrorising the country.

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According to his statement during his meeting with Northern State Governors’ Forum, Northern Traditional Rulers Council, and a federal government delegation in Kaduna state, Buhari said in the following that:

“Criminals are criminals and should be dealt with accordingly, without resorting to ethnic profiling. I have already tasked the new Service Chiefs to devise new strategies that will end this ugly situation where the lives of our people continue to be threatened by hoodlums and criminals.”