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Rival Clash Between Gangs Of Bandits Reportedly Leaves Two Leaders, Dangote, Saude, 38 Others Dead In Zamfara

The deadly clash occurred on Sunday, April 7, 2024 at Dumburum village in the Zurmi Local Government Area of the state, according to Zagazola Makama, a security analyst and counter-insurgency expert in the Lake Chad basin....ALSO PROCEED READING THE ARTICLE FROM THE SOURCE

At least 40 bandits were reported killed, among them two leaders, Sani Dangote and Lamo Saude in a fierce clash in Zamfara State.

The deadly clash occurred on Sunday, April 7, 2024 at Dumburum village in the Zurmi Local Government Area of the state, according to Zagazola Makama, a security analyst and counter-insurgency expert in the Lake Chad basin.

Makama, on his X (formerly Twitter) handle posted that intelligence sources said the clash began late afternoon when Sani Dangote and Lamo Saude launched a fresh assault on Gwaska Dankarami’s camp.

“The clash was said to be traced back to the killing of Dangote’s younger brother known as ‘Mallam’ by Dankarami,” he said.

It was gathered that Dankarami had sent an invitation to Dangote requesting for a reconciliation but little did he know that Dangote had a plan to attack him.

“In the heavy gun battle that ensued, Dankarami overpowered the other group and neutralised them. He also seized their weapons and motorcycles while other fighters fled,” Makama added.

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