Killings, abductions: Ahmed Gumi reveals only way out of insecurity in Nigeria

Renowned Islamic scholar, Ahmed Gumi has identified unity as a major force in tackling the security crisis currently bedeviling the entire nation.

Gumi, during a lecture in Kaduna State on Wednesday titled “Security and National Development”, said the battle is not against any religion or ethnicity, stating that Nigerians need to come together and tacked the security challenges.

He said, “The security situation in Nigeria is not about religion or ethnicity, it is affecting all of us. Nigerians need to come together as a force to fight this criminals”.

BBNAIJA ONLINE” reports that the country has witnessed surge in insecurity in the last few days following the activities of bandits and other criminal elements disturbing the peace of the country.

On Tuesday, armed men suspected to be bandits invaded the Nigerian Defence Academy in Kaduna, gunned down two military officers and kidnapped one major.

Same day, unknown gunmen invaded Yelwa Zangam community, Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State and slaughtered about 36 residents.