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Saturday, August 01, 2020

Nigerian Army Dismisses 300 Soldiers For Desertion And BVN Inconsistency

Dismiss just like that?What will be their new sources of livelihood?Hmmmm Dangerous if you ask me!!




The Nigerian Army has dismissed over 300 soldiers from service for deserting the Operation Lafiya Dole counter-insurgency campaign in the North-East and going away without leave, among other allegations.


Investigations by The Punch revealed that the men were disengaged by their unit commanders between 2015 and 2016.


Findings showed that some of the soldiers were also discharged for certificate forgery, age fraud, inconsistent Bank Verification Number and other conduct deemed inappropriate by the various unit commanders.

25 comments:

  1. Congrats soldiers. Go and give thanksgiving in church.

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    1. I also pray they don’t become nuisances to the society

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    2. I tell u Eka na serious thanksgiving

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    3. Na wetin dem dey find sef. Shame on Buhari n Buratai. b square

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  2. Hmm 🎢🎢Nigeria jagajaga, everything scatter scatter🎢🎢

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    1. Poor dey suffer suffer, gbosa gbosa gunπŸ”« shot at head....

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    2. Whtyasay! Armed robber came to your house eno thief money eno rape your wife, went straight to your bedside gbosa Six feet, now you are down, Which armed robber no want money,Which armed robber no want joley,Na political armed robber be that, Na wetin dey kill Nigeria o

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  3. If you check the names of those dismissed. They will be predominantly Christians. What a country. One thing is sure. Nothing lasts forever.

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  4. Why won't they desert the operation?
    A family friend was made to stay for months in the middle of the desert, without supplies,
    And even when the wife will send dry meat, it will be rotten by the time it
    gets there. when ammunition were sent to them, boko boys will "intercept them on time." Just like someone was
    spilling to them where and when to wait for "the supplies" and the soldiers guarding the supplies will just
    run away.
    Tell me, no food, no ammo, what will the soldier be doing in the desert, waiting to die?
    Let no one come here and tell me it was the previous administration o?
    It happened in this very one.
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    1. What you said is the truth. The don't even pay their allowances. Their Ogas are wicked. The ones in Bonny camp shared some of their experiences with us 2017,2018 etc. I wish I have more time to write and puffing Browser is not complicating matters for me.

      The most Complex B

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  5. Nigerian Army completes the training and discharge of 300 highway robbers.
    -News.

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    1. the truth in this comment is scary

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  6. At least they will be alive for their love ones.

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  7. What job will they do now. And they have military training already. May God help and keep us safe.

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  8. My cousin has a friend whose brother is a soldier up north. The soldier guy and his friends steal cars and sell down in the south. The guy spilled to his brother one day when he got drunk. You can imagine if he is among this number, an full time robbery be that.

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  9. Lie lie people. who doesn't know their plans.... To make way for their foot soldiers. Reintegrate their cloody ass!

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  10. They should be happy.

    Downside to this is the increase in armed robbery and kidnappings that will follow. And some of the robberies will be in military uniform!

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  11. They will become bus drivers in Lagos.
    The bus drivers that harasses passengers, Lastma and traffic wardens because they wear Soldier cloth.

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  12. ..... so that they can recruit the insurgents that they sent to rehabilitation. A part of me is glad the soldiers were freed.

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  13. Now this news is scary. IMO this is the best way to handle this issue, hope they still get paid after spending months in the frontline without salary or allowance.

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  14. These people ran away since 2015/16. What is dangerous about that? Can't you people read?

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    1. See, I'm just tired abeg.
      They just be making silly assumptions as to their actions from the dismissal, when it's clearly stated the soldiers were dismissed between 2015 and 2016. Na wa

      Y'all need to read and stop spitting trash!

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