Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, a Kaduna-based Islamic cleric, recounted how, in 2011, a few innocent civilians were lost as a result of prejudice during and after the general election.

During an exclusive interview with Sun Newspaper, Sheikh Gumi stated that whoever is chosen as Nigeria’s next president should indeed regenerate the country’s wounds from the past.

Although, “according to Ahmad Gumi, he is positive about Nigeria’s future, attaching that there will be no form of institutional racism between the north and south.


He also stated that he does not want to see a repeat of the situation that occurred when Goodluck Jonathan ran against Buhari in the 2011 general elections.

“I believe Nigeria will soon join the ranks of great nations. I see the North-South divide dissolving soon, unlike what we saw in 2011 when Jonathan ran against Buhari and many people died, “Sun Newspaper quotes an Islamic cleric from Kaduna as saying.

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