Featured Posts Politics

Sheikh Gumi Reveals Details Of His Discussion With Peter Obi In Kaduna

Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s (LP) nominee for president, met with Ahmad Gumi on Monday at the latter’s home in Kaduna State.

Before traveling to the location of the event for presidential candidates organized by the Arewa Consultative Forum, Northern Elders Forum, and other northern groups, Obi stopped in Gumi.

Gumi shared specifics of their Monday conversation after their visit with the former governor of Anambra State.

2023 Presidency: See What Peter Obi Said During Visit To Sheikh Gumi

In an interview with Newsmen, the Islamic cleric admitted that even though it was Obi’s first time meeting him in his life, he still asked him a few questions.


Gumi while revealing the detail of their meeting said, “He (Obi) came on a courtesy call even though I was meeting him for the first time face-to-face, and so I appreciated his visit.

“I asked him very essential questions, but I told him he didn’t have to give me straight answers right away since I knew he was on his way to Arewa House where he would explain it better to the larger society to understand.

“I asked him about his stand on restructuring because Nigeria has been going through a restructuring from 1960 to date and how he could empower an unskilled nation.”

Gumi claims that he questioned the presidential candidate on how to calm down unrest in the South East, North Central, South West, and North East.

LATEST: How Herdsmen Are Better Than IPOB – Gumi Reveals

He recalled telling Obi during their conversation that foreign interests in this nation contribute to the polarization of our politics.

The Islamist cleric reportedly questioned Obi on how he would approach the problem if he were to win the presidency in 2023.


Gumi ended by saying, “He also agreed with me that truly there is foreign interest in this country, and then I wished him well.”


Follow us on Facebook




Post Disclaimer

The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the author and forum participants on this website do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Anaedo Online or official policies of the Anaedo Online.

Stories you may like