“We kept going for meetings. They took us to Gumi’s house who said we should meet one Ahmed. I’ve forgotten the name,” she had said.
“A man was invited, we contributed almost N800,000 to him but he said the money was just for transportation. Then I started crying and pleaded with him that I am a widow, training my boy to become my helper in the future but he said that was not his concern.”
But Gumi said that the allegation is “nonsense” when contacted on Wednesday.
The cleric, who is known to have access to some of the bandits, said he is not aware of such transaction.
“Absolute nonsense. I don’t know anything about any money transaction,” he responded via a text message.
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