Prominent Islamic cleric Sheikh Ahmad Gumi has criticized the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister, Nyesom Wike, for receiving the Israeli Ambassador to Nigeria in his office.
In a video sermon shared on his official Facebook page, Gumi strongly condemned Wike’s actions, alleging that they have implications for Abuja’s security.
Accusations of Satanic Collaboration: Gumi’s Concerns
Sheikh Gumi, in his sermon, described Wike as “satanic” for his meeting with the Israeli Ambassador and expressed concerns about plans to collaborate with Israel on security issues in Abuja.
He went further, suggesting that such collaboration might transform Abuja into an extension of Tel Aviv.
Claims about Nigeria’s Security Structure
Gumi made striking claims about the structure of Nigeria’s security apparatus.
He asserted that Muslims appointed to top security positions are mere figureheads and not in control of military command and control.
According to him, individuals of Christian and Southern backgrounds hold the reins of national security.
Criticizing Supporters of the Muslim-Muslim Ticket
The cleric didn’t mince words when addressing individuals who campaigned for a Muslim-Muslim ticket. He referred to them as “worthless hypocrites” and “money-mongers” who were driven by financial gain and worldly pursuits.
Gumi’s condemnation appeared to be aimed at those who supported the idea of having both the President and Vice President of Nigeria from the Muslim faith.
Concerns of Israeli Involvement and Assassination Fears
Sheikh Gumi raised concerns about possible Israeli involvement in Nigeria’s affairs, particularly in security matters.
He warned of clandestine operations against outspoken Islamic clerics and referred to a “hit list.” Gumi cited the killings of prominent clerics like Sheikh Jaafar and Sheikh Albany as examples of the risks faced by Islamic leaders in the country.
Political Implications and Warning to Bola Ahmed Tinubu
The cleric brought politics into the discussion, suggesting that there might be a hidden political agenda involving individuals like Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
He urged Tinubu to take action against the FCT Minister, and he hinted at potential consequences if such actions were not taken.
A Cryptic Conclusion
Sheikh Gumi ended his sermon with a cryptic phrase, “On the day of a bath, the navel is not hidden,” leaving his audience to interpret his message.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn