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Wanted terrorist, Mudi, son, others kiled in Kaduna

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A Boko Haram terrorist killed by Nigerian troops retrieved from the bush

A supremacy battle between two bandit organisations for control of various mining sites has resulted in the deaths of several terrorists. 

According to solid intelligence gathered by PRNigeria, the brutal confrontation took place between Jammatu Ansarul Musulmin Biladis Sunna, commonly known as Ansaru, and Dogo Gide’s group of bandits in Kaduna State’s Kuyallo area, Birnin Gwari local government area.

“A wanted terrorist leader, Mudi, and his son, Murtala, on Dogo Gide’s side, lost their lives.

“Dogo Gide’s side also suffered severe losses, including close associates and some family members.

“The rivalry is a battle of supremacy over the control of mining sites.

“There are several gold mining sites in Birnin Gwari. Most mined products are smuggled outside Nigeria into Niger, which implies a strong connection with criminal elements in the Republic of Niger.

“The recent clash draws attention towards more rivalry attacks in the days ahead, considering the encroachment of JAS and ISWAP elements in the Northwest.”

A defence intelligence source who corroborated the rivalry between the terrorist factions informed PRNigeria that the loss count was significant on both sides based on the corpses found in the impacted locations.

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