Bandit Leader, Dogo Gide, Is Dead 


THE infamous bandit leader Dogo Gide, who with ANSARU and other significant terrorist organisations has been causing a lot of terror in the North, is dead. His reign of terror has finally come to an end.

Dogo Gide reportedly died following injuries he sustained from gunshots during an encounter with the troops of Operation Hadarin Daji (OPHD) in Madada Forest in the Maru Local Government Area of the state on 12 March 2024.

Despite sustaining severe injuries, Dogo Gide was reportedly smuggled into a hospital in Mabera, Sokoto State where he eventually breathed his last.

A former presidential aide, Bashir Ahmad made this known in a post via his official X handle on Wednesday morning.

He wrote: “Woke up to the good news that Dogo Gide, has finally kicked the bucket. The notorious bandits’ leader died from gunshot wounds sustained during a confrontation with Operation Hadarin Daji (OPHD) forces.”

His presence in the hospital was allegedly facilitated by a security operative currently in custody, raising questions about possible collusion within security ranks.

The demise of Dogo Gide marks a significant victory for Nigerian security forces, particularly the combined efforts of 1 Division and 8 Division of the Nigerian Army.

Their coordinated search and rescue operation aimed at freeing abducted Kuriga pupils from Kaduna State held hostage in Zamfara State subsequently led to the encounter with Dogo Gide and his foot soldiers in Madada, Kuyambana, and Malekete axis.

Dogo Gide’s criminal record includes affiliations with ANSARU and other top terrorist groups, with claims of responsibility for heinous acts such as downing a military helicopter in the Dansadau-Birnin Gwari axis and the abduction of students from Federal Government College Yauri.

It’s worth noting that Dogo Gide’s notoriety extends to eliminating dreaded bandit leader Buharin Daji in Zamfara State, solidifying his position as a feared figure in the region.


Eighteen-Eleven Media 


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