Missing Fulani Leader in Plateau State Found Deceased

Confirmation of Discovery

The missing Fulani leader of Panyam District in Plateau State, Adamu Idris, has been found deceased.

The Chairman of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria in the state, Nuru Abdullahi, has confirmed this development.

The discovery of Idris’s body marks a significant development in the ongoing search efforts.

Final Resting Place in Bauchi State

Nuru Abdullahi also revealed that the deceased Fulani leader will be laid to rest in Bauchi State. The decision regarding the burial location has been made as preparations are underway to give him a proper farewell.

Location of the Corpse

The corpse of Adamu Idris was located in Dawaki, a community situated in Kanke, another Local Government Area (LGA) within Plateau State.

This discovery sheds light on the circumstances surrounding his disappearance and subsequent demise.

Confirmation by Security Task Force

The spokesperson for the state Operation Safe Haven (OPSH), Captain Oya James, has confirmed the discovery of the Fulani leader’s body.

OPSH, a security task force responsible for maintaining peace in the region, has been actively involved in the efforts to locate Idris.

Directive from the Chief of Army Staff

It is noteworthy that on September 27, Lt.-Gen. Taoreed Lagbaja, the Chief of Army Staff, had issued a directive to OPSH personnel to recover the missing Fulani leader’s corpse within 24 hours.

This directive underscored the urgency and importance of resolving the case.

Background of the Disappearance

Adamu Idris was declared missing on September 24 while reportedly returning from a visit to the district head of the area, Aminu Darwam.

His disappearance prompted a comprehensive investigation into the matter, involving both security forces and law enforcement agencies.

Ongoing Investigation and Assurance

The Plateau State Police Command, under the direction of Commissioner of Police Okoro J. Alawari, initiated an investigation into the case.

The Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) in charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department (CID) took over the case, ensuring a discreet and thorough examination.

The command remains committed to unraveling the mystery surrounding Idris’s disappearance and bringing those responsible for this tragic act to justice.

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