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How Nigerian Army found the body of missing Major General Idris Alkali in Guchwet village, Jos-Plateau State

Missing Army General Idris Alkali’s body found

After weeks of thorough search, the Nigerian Army on Wednesday finally found the body of missing Major General Idris Alkali.

The general who just retired from service was declared missing while traveling to Bauchi from Abuja through Jos.

His body was found today in an abandoned well in a village called Guchwet in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State.

According to the army, its investigations revealed that the body found was that of the missing general, however, no medical test has been done to be sure yet.

According to the army, some of the suspects who participated in the killing of the general took the army to the place where his body was found.

“You are all aware that Major General Idris Alkali was declared missing on September 3. The Nigerian Army gave us three tasks. One, to find General Alkali dead or alive; two, to find his car which is a Toyota Corolla; and three, if anything happened to him, to find who are responsible for it ,” Brigadier General Umar Ibrahim, the Garrison Commander of 3 Division who spoke to journalist said.

“As you are all aware, on the September 29, 2018, we were able to discover his vehicle and we saw his personal effects which confirmed that it was him. In the same vein, last week, I called you and showed you where he was buried in a shallow grave.

 

Missing Army General Idris Alkali’s body found

Missing Army General Idris Alkali’s body found

“We have declared some people wanted and based on that, some of them, reported to the police. Some of them, who took part in his relocation took us where he (body) was relocated.

“He was actually relocated to an abandoned well, which is behind me here. We came here this morning, we drained the water and we were able to salvage the body of General Alkali.

“This is to tell you that now the two aspects of the assignment are completed. The remaining aspect is for all those who took part in this henious act – nobody, no matter how connected the person is must not go unpunished. For those who have not submitted themselves to the police, we are on their trail. We will find them sooner or later.”

Major General Idris Alkali

Major General Idris Alkali

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