Military Task Force personnel in Central Nigeria's Plateau State have allegedly killed two people in Irish potato rich Bokkos Local Government Area.

One of those killed, Mr. Atajan Aguliash  Amadu reportedly died of excessive internal bleeding after being brutalized by the Special Forces operating in Sha village, Bokkos LGA over a friend's missing mobile phone.

Mr. Amadu was reportedly invited for questioning by the military personnel after he allegedly used his friend's phone to take pictures at a Secondary School graduation ceremony but could not return it.

The deceased who was invited to the party by his friend was said to have explained to the securities that he used the phone but handed it to an unidentified individual who requested to use it to also take pictures but disappeared with it.

Mr. Madu who was admitted at the Plateau State General Hospital in Bokkos died after about a week of relentless battle by the medical authorities.

Mr. Madu died this morning almost at the same time a young man named Mr. Hassan Danjuma was rushed to the same hospital after reportedly being shot by the STF personnel in Daffo, west of Bokkos town.

Mr. Danjuma was reportedly shot during a demonstration by youths in the locality over the killing of one Mr. Stephen Garba Adamu by suspected herdsmen.

The incident reportedly led to a reprisal attack leading to the death of one Mr. Mustapha Ibrahim, a Fulani youth in Daffo.

The clashes follow the killing of one Augustine Ali in Heipang village, Barkin Ladi LGA on Monday and one Mr. Timothy Bulus in Darwat hamlet of Jol village in Riyom LGA.

Authorities have confirmed the attacks except the latest clashes in Daffo which are believed to have caused palpable tension in and around the area.