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More missing in Plateau

Two persons have not been seen since the Wednesday morning attack on Biye village, the villagers have alleged. Within the past week, not less than…

Two persons have not been seen since the Wednesday morning attack on Biye village, the villagers have alleged.

Within the past week, not less than four persons are said to have disappeared while about three escaped death by the whiskers in various parts of the town.

Before the Wednesday attack,  two teenagers, Munshak Ayiga and Ahok Dimas, both students of different secondary schools, were declared missing by the police.

 A statement from the police public relations officer, Mohammed Lerama implored anyone who has useful information about their whereabouts to forward them to the police.

The Muslim community in Plateau State in a statement also said not less than eight of its members have disappeared and might have been killed secretly in Jos in the last two weeks.

The Muslims in a statement signed by its head of information, Muhammad Sani Mudi, said two water vendors were killed last week on Busa Buji Street in Jos, while there were four different attacks on Muslims in Naraguta, Vom, Rukuba road and Bauchi ring road and last Sunday’s sudden disappearance of a newspaper vendor.

The  Yan’ Kaji Sellers Association in Jos North local government area of the state,  have also alleged the abduction and secret  killing of one of their members, Malam Saidu Inuwa Mohammed at Anguwar Jarawa, Farin Gada Jos.

Chairman of the association, Alhaji Nuhu Abdullahi, said the corpse of the trader was discovered on Sunday after he was attacked by some youths who abducted him when he went to inspect some birds he had intended buying..

Vendors in the state are yet to see one of their members, Rabiu Abdullahi, who was last seen at Anguldi where he went to sell papers.

Chairman Plateau Magazine and Newspaper Distributors Association, (PLAMANDA) Pastor Gabriel Akpesi, said Rabiu is yet to be seen and that the association has reasons to believe that he might have been killed as the jacket he wore to work on that day has been discovered while he is nowhere to be seen.

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