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  • Thursday, 18 April 2024
Sierra Leone security guard killed  by dog ​​in Gambia

Sierra Leone security guard killed by dog ​​in Gambia


In a shocking and very worrying incident, a Sierra Leonean security guard named Alusine from Lunsar town in Sierra Leone was tragically killed in a brutal dog attack in Bijilo, Gambia.




The brutal attack occurred while he was on duty in a residential area, where he was brutally attacked by a pack of unruly dogs. Alusine's desperate cries for help go unheeded and he dies an untimely death. Witnesses said Alusine was the eighth victim to be fatally attacked by the same dog.




The house where this horrific incident occurred belongs to Edriss Bensouda, a Gambian of Moroccan descent and the owner of a local butcher shop. Witnesses and sources at the scene have revealed that the horrifying attack was caused by the owner's dog, which is known for its aggressive behavior.




Following this heartbreaking tragedy, a group of Sierra Leoneans gathered outside the Edriss Bensouda residence to express their grief and demand justice and accountability for the shocking incident. Unfortunately, the situation turned contentious when police arrived on the scene and arrested several protesters, further exacerbating the prevailing tensions.




This very worrying incident highlights concerns about the safety of security personnel and the absolute responsibility of pet owners to properly contain and manage aggressive animals. An investigation into the dog attack and subsequent arrest continues as the community mourns the tragic death of Sierra Leone security guard Alusine.

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