A shallow grave of retired Major General Idris Alkali has been discovered. This was disclosed by the General Officer Commanding 3rd Division, Major General Benson Akinroluyo. Akinroluyo said that the Nigeria Army has discovered a shallow grave in its search of retired Major General Idris Alkali. Alkali was the immediate past Chief of Administration (Army).
Major Akinruluyo of the Nigerian army disclosed this at a press briefing on Friday in Plateau State. He however, stated that the missing Nigerian army general was killed and buried in a shallow grave.
According to him, the missing Major General Alkali of the Nigerian army was killed and buried in a shallow grave. And it happened in an area popularly known as, “No man’s land”. The area is in a community on the outskirt of Jos metropolis.
It should be recalled that on September 2, 2018, at about 8:00pm, unknown gunmen attacked a shopping complex at Lafande Community. Lafande is an outskirt of Jos metropolis in Dura-Du District of Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State.
As a result of the attack, 11 people were killed while others sustained various degrees of injuries. The attack triggered protest by the people of the area on the morning of September 3, 2018.
During the protest, General Officer Commanding said scores of youths blocked the Eastern Bypass with stones and other dangerous objects.
He disclosed that the late recently retired general was travelling alone along the route. He was travelling in his black Toyota Corolla car from Abuja to Bauchi via Jos same day.
Akinroluyo said that they gathered from a credible source that the missing general Idris Akali was stopped. Nevertheless, he introduced himself as a general to the hoodlums. The hoodlums had barricaded the road that he was just passing through to Bauchi.
He explained that the senior officer was thereafter assaulted and killed. Thereafter his money, phones, and valuables were shared by those who killed him.
KILLED IN SAUDI
He revealed further that the body of the missing military officer was moved to somewhere else. While his car was driven and pushed into an abandoned mining pit filled with water.
The irate youths followed his car to the abandoned mining pit. Moreover, the pit was filled with water. They used many tri-cycles popularly known as “Keke NAPEP”. They jubilated for reason best known to them or for mission accomplished.
“He was later buried in a shallow grave in an area popularly known as, “No man’s land” within the community,” Akinroluyo said.
Source : Channelstv.com