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Dogo Gide’s In-law Arrested in Kaduna Market

Security forces in Kaduna State have arrested one Kankere, an in-law to a notorious terrorists commander, Dogo Gide, at Kagarko market.

Daily Trust reported that Kenkere, a Fulani hearder and father in-law to Dogo Gide who was arrested by troops led by local vigilantes after evading arrest for over two weeks.

A security source who pleaded anonymity confirmed the arrest to Daily Trust on Sunday, adding Kenkere was picked up after series of intelligent reports that Dogo Gide used to hide in his house after committing most of his nefarious activities.

According to him, Kenkere who rears cows and resides at Fulani settlement in Janjala village in the area has been evading security arrest over two weeks ago, adding that intelligent information has revealed that Dogo Gide sometimes comes to hide at his in-law’s settlement in Janjala.

“You know the terrorists’ commander is married to one of the daughters of Malam Kenkere who stays at a Fulani settlement in Janjala village here in Kagarko.

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“In fact, intelligent information also revealed that most of the attacks and kidnapping that happen around villages in Kagarko Local Government Area were carried by the boys of the terrorists’ commander, Dogo Gide,” said the source.

Similarly, a resident of Kagarko town, said Kankere’s cattle alongside others’ were rustled by bandits earlier this year, but only his own (Kankere) were returned to him the following day.

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“Yes, I am telling you confidently that early this year; between February and March, precisely, when bandits attacked me at the Fulani settlement in Janjala and rustled Kenkere’s cows and some other Fulani but to our surprise, Kenkere’s cows were returned to him the next day,” he said.

Janjala village and many communities in Kagarko Local Government Area of the state have been under siege of bandits where cows are rustled and some villagers were abducted.

WikkiTimes had earlier reported that Dogo Gide Boko Haram-allied bandit group, in a video claimed responsibility for taking down a Nigeria Air Force helicopter at Chukuba in Shiroro LGA, Niger State, in which some soldiers and senior officers lost their lives last week.

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