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IPOB, #ESN kills security agents, but Bandits only kidnap children for money — Sheikh Gumi

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Ahmad Sheikh Gumi, Islamic cleric, has mentioned it’s unfair to match the actions of legal herdsmen with these of the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB).

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The cleric, who is understood to have entry to bandits, mentioned herdsmen’s crimes weigh considerably lesser than these of IPOB.

Talking on Come up TV on Wednesday, Gumi known as for “equity” within the comparability between the 2 teams, saying one “is killing our gallant males” whereas the opposite is “kidnapping youngsters to generate profits and to not kill them”.

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“IPOB is attacking the police, the military, Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) and different authorities establishments; killing our males in service,” he mentioned.

”And the herdsmen are kidnapping youngsters to not kill them however to get cash; so how will you evaluate any person who’s killing our gallant males on to any person who’s kidnapping youngsters to generate profits and to not kill them. Look, we want some equity in what we’re doing.”

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Bandits have kidnapped over 800 college youngsters throughout the north since December 2020.

The safety problem has led to the dying a number of college students, notably the killing of 5 Greenfield College college students.

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Since IPOB launched its militia arm known as Japanese Safety Community (ESN) just a few months in the past, assaults on safety operatives and authorities infrastructure have surged. Numerous safety operatives have been killed by the militia.

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