Nigeria Will Regret If Pantami Is Sacked – Gumi

Nigeria Will Regret If Pantami Is Sacked - Gumi
Nigeria Will Regret If Pantami Is Sacked - Gumi
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Controversial Kaduna based Islamic cleric Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has warned against removal or sack of embattled Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami noting that Nigeria would not remain the same if such happens.

The Nation reports there have been calls for the resignation of the Minister over his past support for terror groups, which he has since renounced.

Many Nigerians have demanding his sack or resignation, insisting his renunciation was not enough.

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But Gumi during an interview with Roots TV monitored by Africa Daily News, New York, said the allegations against the embattled Minister were not true and should be discarded.

‘You cannot Islamise the whole world. Jesus Christ came; he could not Christianise the whole world. Nobody can Islamise or Christianise Nigeria,’ Gumi began.

‘All his actions, one hundred per cent, shows he is not a terrorist. Those who are terrorists are after his life. The Minister should continue. His presence there is fighting the terrorist ideology.

“Show me, one person, he has killed. He has not killed anybody. He has not ordered the killing of anybody. Discard the fake news.

‘The man is stabilising a government among a section of youths, which we want them to come and join in nation-building. They should not throw him away. Leave him. He is not a terrorist sympathiser.

‘And you people are fighting them. No. You should get more people like Pantami and put them in power. It will stabilise. Don’t remove him. You’ll regret,‘ he stated.

 

AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK

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