- The Nigerian Army says it knows the culprits involved in the disappearance of General Idris Alkali
- The Army also said investigation is ongoing to get the culprits arrested
The GOC 3 Army Division in Rukuba Plateau state, Major-General Benson Akinroluyo, said the military has pictures of suspects involved in the disappearance of General Idris Alkali whose car was recently found in Dura Du pond in Plateau state.
Daily Trust reports that Akinroluyo also said the Army had the pictures of all the suspects, and investigation was still ongoing to fish them out.
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Akinroluyo, who spoke at the pond site while receiving the Executive Secretary of the National Human Rights Commission, Anthony Ojokwu, urged the people of the community not to run away from their houses in fear of any military onslaught.
Ojokwu while responding to the GOC, said it was imperative that innocent people did not suffer in the search for the general, noting however that the actual culprits should be brought to book.
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NAIJ.com earlier reported that the Nigerian Army said its search and find operation for the missing retired Major General Idris Alkali at Du village of Jos South local government area of Plateau is by no means a punitive expedition as being expressed in some quarters.
It said its attention had been drawn to unfounded and unsubstantiated news about the search and find operation trending on several platforms.
A statement issued by Major General Nuhu Angbazo, the Chief of Military/Civil Affairs, on Wednesday, October 10, said rather, the intensified effort was aimed at locating the retired senior officer’s whereabouts in line with the Army’s cherished core values and global best military practices.
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