Photo: Remains of Major General Idris Alkali buried in Abuja

The remains of Retired Major-General Idris Alkali that was found in a mining village, Guchwet in Shen of Jos South LGA of Plateau State last Wednesday October 31st, was interred in Abuja today Saturday, November 3rd. A former Chief of Administration of the Nigerian Army, Alkali went missing on September 4th while traveling from Abuja to Bauchi en route Jos. After serious investigation, the vehicle he was traveling in was found inside a pond in Jos last month and his body was discovered inside an abandoned well last Wednesday. Amongst those that attended his funeral was the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai. See more photos belowThe post Photo: Remains of Major General Idris Alkali buried in Abuja appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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  1. Ma God accept your soul RIP

  2. May his soul rest in peace

  3. May his soul rest in peace

  4. May his soul rest in perfect peace and the good Lord accepts him

  5. Such is life

  6. May his gentle soul rest in peace and the true pepetrators be brought to book

  7. Rest in perfect peace

  8. All his killers will not go unpunished.

  9. What a wicked world. Rest in peace gen.

  10. May you rest in peace

  11. Rest in peace sir

  12. May his soul rest in peace,

  13. May the de parted rest in peace

  14. Rest in peace. Fish out the doers or they will do another one o.

  15. May his soul rest in peace

  16. May his soul rest in peace

  17. Hmmmm nothing is in this life look at how this people just wasted his life for nothing and even made his corpse to be buried and reburied this is the third time, God incubate your children

  18. Rip general….

  19. RIP sir, bad people didn’t allow u enjoy Ur retirement. Only God will pay them.

  20. rest in peace

  21. Such is life

  22. Rest in peace

  23. Goodnight, sir!

  24. May his gentle soul rest in peace and the true pepetrators be brought to book

  25. It’s a pity

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