Residents in parts of Jos under indefinite curfew have alarmed that some men in unidentified military uniform have led Muslim youths to attack them and burn their houses.

The uniform men believed to be fake army personnel are said to have taken over major streets in Dutse Ukwu, Tina Junction, Rikkos, Angwan Rukuba and Univeristy of Jos village and Naraguta hostels.

These are areas the Plateau State Commissioner of Police, Undie Udie placed under indefinite curfew on Sunday.

The Commissioner had reportedly ordered a joint operation of the police and army in the areas to quell the  unrest that broke out at noon, Sunday.

The suspected fake soldiers are however believed to have taken advantage of the directive and the accompanying curfew to lead Muslim youths to burn Churches and houses belonging to Christians in addition to killing those in sight.

Yesterday, a Law Student of the University of Jos was allegedly shot dead in Naraguta hostel, Farin Gada by one of the uniform men.

Same thing happened on Friday in Angwan Rukuba and Rukuba roads where "men in army uniform" allegedly shot dead some residents.

Police and military authorities have not responded to queries sent to them on the matter but as of 6pm, Monday, military patrol vans and motorbikes believed to be used by the fake army to clear the way for violent Muslim attackers were still seen patrolling the communities.

Calls have however began pouring out for the removal of the army from the city to prevent fake personnel from taking advantage of military operations to unleash mayhem on unsuspecting communities.

The decision however lies exclusively with the President of the country whose office established and supervises Special Task Forces.