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Nigerian Air Force’s Airstrikes Kill Notorious Bandit Kingpin, Alaji Gana In Kaduna

Airstrikes by the Nigerian Airforce (NAF) have neutralized notorious banditry kingpin, Alaji Gana and several other terrorists.

According to a report by our source, Gana was eliminated on November 14, 2022, at Kidandan Forest, in Giwa Local Government Area (LGA) of Kaduna State.

Quoting a defence intelligence operative, the report said Gana and one other terrorist leader, Halilu Buzu, met their waterloo alongside their foot soldiers after credible intelligence revealed their exact locations.Buzu, the source revealed, was killed on October 21, 2022, at Sububu, Maradun Local Government Area (LGA) of Zamfara State “After obtaining actionable intelligence, the Air Component of Operation HADARIN DAJI (OPHD) eliminated the leaders, several terrorists and destroyed their logistics bases where they stored ammunition, vehicles, motorcycles, and other ill-gotten loots.“

In fact, Halilu Buzu had scheduled an early-morning meeting with some of his foot soldiers in Sububu area when he was eliminated including notorious foot soldiers that included Ceri, Dan’mosalmi, Danbarkeji, Guguwa, Dan Sha Bakwai and Marshall Hana Zuwa”, the intelligence source said.

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Meanwhile, some locals have expressed joy over the killing of Buzu, who was notorious for terrorising and torturing kidnapped victims. They also acknowledged that the frequency of kidnappings, cattle rustling and other terrorist activities in the area has reduced.

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