The Minister of Aviation under the Goodluck Jonathan administration, Femi Fani-Kayode, has charged Islamic cleric, Ahmad Gumi, to disclose his benefits from banditry.
Fani-Kayode called on Gumi to reveal how much commission he gets from the abduction of students by bandits.
The former minister in a post on Twitter urged Gumi to reveal foreign countries funding Fulani terrorists causing havoc in Nigeria.
He said, “DSS and is being questioned by them DSS should ask Gumi how much commission he made from the kidnapped children and which foreign countries are funding the foreign Fulani terrorists that have plagued our land.”
There had been reports that Gumi was summoned by DSS for accusing some Army and police officers of colluding with bandits.
Gumi also alleged that some operatives in the security agencies are aiding bandits with weapons and drugs.