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NEWS UPDATE: Notorious bandits’ leader killed in Zamfara forest

NEWS UPDATE: Notorious bandits’ leader killed in Zamfara forest

A famous scoundrels’ chief, Dogo Gide has been purportedly killed in his safe-house by a portion of his men who worked together with one more infamous desperados’ gathering drove by late Damina.

He was being treated for gunfire wounds before supported in a fight at Kuya Bana woodland of Zamfara State.

According to a source, Dogo Gide’s passing has turned into an incredible benefit in the battle against outfitted banditry, capturing and cows stirring in Nigeria.

Recalled that Dogo Gide had been threatening numerous networks in Zamfara, Niger, Kaduna, katsina and Kebbi States over the years.

He killed another infamous outlaws’ chief, Buharin Daji a few years ago.

“At the tallness of his reputation he controlled a few hundred of vigorously equipped men and has camps in Kuya Bana timberland, Zamfara State, Goron Dutse timberland, Dogon Gona woods in Birnin Gwari and Shiroro LGAs, separately in Kaduna/Niger States and Kafarma forest.

“Dogo Gide was the cerebrum behind the seize of one hundred and 26 understudies of Bethel Baptist Secondary School, Maraban Damishi, chukun Local Gvernment Area of Kaduna State on fifth July 2021, where more than thirty understudies and a few staff of Federal Government College, Birnin Yauri were kidnapped around four months ago”

“They recovered their opportunity after a few huge number of naira was paid as payoff by the guardians and well wishers of the abductees.

“The present conflict between various groups of the criminals is a welcome turn of events and is coming closely following persevering clampdown on furnished outlaws by our heroic security powers. A few of the most famous outfitted criminals’ chiefs have either been killed or captured by the security powers,” the source said.

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