Panic as Notorious Bandit Dogo Gide Takes Over Communities In Niger

According to Gistlover, the Notorious bandit terrorist warlord, Dogo Gide, has consolidated his hold on some territories as more It has just been a month since several towns in Niger State’s Shiroro local government agreed to succumb to the control of the most feared bandit leader.

A peace meeting with Gide was held in the state last Thursday, and as a result, no less than 36 communities swore allegiance to the organization.

The terrorist leader granted the communities’ request to reopen three sizable markets that had been closed because of insecurity.

According to Daily Sun, some of the villages that pledged their allegiance to the Bandits leader are Makera, Dnakogbe, Kudodo, Agyeiwi, Zhazhayidna, Pyegbere, Gamdu, Akpaituko, Dnasapa, Dnasa and Goffah, all under Iburo district.

In Kusasu district no fewer than 11 villages, namely Bmukwo, Dnakundna, Saleri, Apaiwi, Kuchiwi, Gwasankasa, Ajatawi, Muaigu, Kuchiwidna, Ubandoma, Anguwan-shahu, Katigbe and Jenuko, while in Kwaki, 14 villages were among those that declared their support for Dogo Jide leadership. They are Mutundaya, Alaiyi-kwaki, Buresidna, Kasayabana, Azhayi, Anguwan-Ayaba, Jidna, Kacheredna, Gbada, Sindnayi, Ajatawi, Goha, Ajayi-Bataro, Danugbayi.

However, in the Chikuba district, 11 villages, namely Affarpi, Dnai, Gyidnai, Kudumidna, Dnaibui, Shapai, Thopoi, Challipai, Yanka, Bodo, Bududna pledged their allegiance to the warlord.

A source connected to these towns told the aforementioned platform that the bandit warlord had ordered the reopening of three major markets in the region that had been closed and had previously been off-limits to the public due to banditry operations.

The afflicted markets, according to him, are the Kusasu, Iburo, and Chukuba markets.

According to him, “Dogo Gide also told the people that he would be in charge of all the revenue collection in the markets, and the people agreed because they have no choice, at least if that is what will make them live in peace.

“He also asked all the communities that fled from their homes as a result of incessant attacks in the areas to return back. He promised them that nobody would attack them henceforth after they agreed with his terms.”

Recall that barely one month ago, about eight communities in the area surrendered themselves to the leadership of the bandit warlord and pledged their loyalty and allegiance to the group.

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