The grave where missing General Alkali was buried after he was killed, has been discovered by the officers of the Nigerian Army.
According to the information provided by some of the arrested suspects, the body of missing General Alkali was exhumed and reburied somewhere else. It was gathered that the shallow grave was confirmed by four independent sources in the community and also by sniffer dogs. There is reportedly a distance of one kilometre between the main road and the location of the grave.
The Village Head of Dura-Du District in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State, Yakubu Rapp (52); Youth Leader of the community, Matthew Rwang (aka Amesco, 27); and a tipper driver, Timothy Chuwang (26) have also voluntarily surrendered themselves to the Plateau State Police Command in Jos.
This came after they were declared wanted by the police over the disappearance of an Army General, Mohammed Idris Alkali (retd).
“The three suspects voluntarily surrendered themselves to the police. If the police detain them, it will be difficult to get the others. But if they are granted bail, be assured that they will all appear before the police by next week,” the source stated.
The suspects were accompanied by the lawyer representing the community, Matthew Godfree. This is coming after three cars were recovered from a mining pond in the Dura–Du District during a cordon and search operation conducted by a team of soldiers, led by the Garrison Commander of 3 Armour Division, Brig. Gen. Umar Mohammed.