Sheikh Gumi Meets Bandits Who Kidnapped Kagara Students In Niger State [Photos]

February 19, 2021
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A popular Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has reportedly met the bandits who allegedly kidnapped the students and staff of Government Science College (KSC), Kagara, Niger State.

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According to TVC News, the meeting took place on Thursday at Tagina forest in Niger, barely 24 hours after the abduction of KSC students and staff.

During the meeting, Sheikh Gumi appealed to the bandits led by their leader, Dogo Gide, to give peace a chance.

See more photos from the meeting below:

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KanyiDaily had reported how armed bandits dressed in military uniforms abducted many students and staff of Government Science College, Kagara, in Niger State.

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