A pregnant woman in army custody Nora Moses Gyang was on Friday released.
This was confirmed by a coalition of lawyers and civil society organizations who have been working tirelessly to secure the release of those in Army custody, following the disappearance of Maj. Gen. Idris Alkali resulting in the Army launching a search for him.
Intelligence was said to have narrowed the search to a pond in Dura-Du, a community in Jos South, where the army found his Toyota car on September 29.
Since then, soldiers have conducted raids and mass arrests of citizens, including the pregnant mrs Nora and a Plateau State Correspondent of The PUNCH, Friday Olokor.
while Nora was released today and later handed over to her relatives Friday secured his release last (Sunday) after spending about 28 hours behind bars.