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13 More Persons Declared Wanted In Connection With Murder Of General Idris Alkali

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Police Continue Investigation Into Murder Of Idris Alkali

13 more persons have been declared wanted by the police in connection with the killing of a retired Army General, Idris Alkali.

Plateau State Police Command who made the declaration, also urged anyone with useful information on how to fish out the wanted persons to reach out to the Command.

DSP Mathias Tyopev, State Police Public Relations Officer, in a statement yesterday in Jos, said the wanted persons are suspected to have “actively participated in the illegal activities that led to the death of the General.”

According to the statement, “here is the publication issued on the authority of the Commissioner of Police Plateau State Command, Jos, declaring the following persons wanted.

“An elaborate, discreet and painstaking investigation into the culpable homicide case of late Major General IM Alkali (retd) by Plateau State Police Command, Jos, it has further revealed that the following suspects now at large had actively participated in the illegal activities that led to the death of the late General.

“They are Kannan Nyam, Solomon Gyang Jang, Dustine (surname unknown), Dung Deme, Gyang Murrak, Da Chuwang Samuel, Nyam Samuel, Dung Gbeh, Daddy Dogo, James Dung, Gyang Dung, Jay Boy.

All male of Dwei Village in Du District of Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State, while Gyang (surname unknown) is from Gushet, Shen village also of Jos South Local Government.

“If any of the above named suspects is seen, please report to the nearest police station or call 07059473022, 08038907662, 08075391844, 09053872296.”

Naija News recalls that in October 2018, the Police had declared eight persons, including Chuwang Samuel, Nyam Samuel, Pam Dung, Matthew Wrang, Moses Gyang, Timothy Chuan, Yakubu Rap and Chuwang Pwajok, wanted in connection with the incident.

They had turned themselves in and were charged to court with others arrested in connection with the incident.

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