The army has found the vehicle of the missing major general in a pond in Dura Du in Jos, Plateau State. A blood-stained t-shirt and a boxer short believed to belong to the general were also found in the car. Idris Alkali, a major general, was kidnapped some weeks ago in Plateau State, amidst fears by family members he has been killed by his abductors.
Missing General - Nigerian Army Discovers More Vehicles in 'Death Pool'
Premium Times, 2 October 2018
Military authorities have discovered more vehicles in a pool in Daru Du community of Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State, where the car of a missing general, Muhammed… Read more »
Missing General - Army Recovers 2 More Vehicles
Daily Trust, 3 October 2018
One of the two vehicles recovered yesterday from the mining pond in Lafendeg, Du district of Jos South Local Government Area in Plateau State, where the vehicle of missing Maj.-… Read more »
Community Dread Military Backlash After Missing General's Car Is Found in Jos Pond
Guardian, 1 October 2018
Hours after the car of the missing Major General Idris Alkali (rtd) was found on Saturday in a mining pond in Du area of Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State, the… Read more »
Army finds car of missing General Alkali.
Missing General's Car, Blood-Stained Shirt Found
Premium Times, 30 September 2018
The car of a missing Nigerian general has been found in a pond, the army has confirmed. Read more »
Nigerian Army Finds Car of Missing General Alkali
Leadership, 29 September 2018
Soldiers draining a pond in Dura Du in Jos, Plateau state have found the vehicle of the missing Major General Idris Alkali. Read more »
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