•Challenge president to prove his 'integrity' •Insist on justice Jude Johnson The group of 38 Army officers who were dismissed in a controversial circumstances in 2016 has agained petitioned President Muhammadu Buhari, to seek redress and justice. This third petition Buhari by the aggrieved officers seeking for justice over a decision by the Lt-Gen.
In this interview with Toluwani Eniola, counsel for the 38 senior officers compulsorily retired by the army last year, Abdul Muhammed, urges President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene About a year ago, the Nigerian Army announced the retirement of 38 senior officers for alleged partisanship in the 2015 general election as well
The Nigerian Senate has begun probing into the controversial dismissal of 38 officers of the Nigerian Army in response to the petition filed by one of the affected officers, Lt-Col. Abdulfatai Mohammed. Mohammed’s petition, which was received by the Senate through Ovie Omo-Agege, APC-Delta, on July 19, was referred to the
As ex-DMI seeks legal redress Babatunde Opalana The Justice B.A. Adejumo of National Industrial Court of Nigeria sitting in Abuja on Wednesday fixed November 15, 2017 for ruling a case of preliminary objection raised by the defendants in a suit brought before the court by ex-Director of Military Intelligence (DMI) Brig-Gen.
By Emeka Mba Since the announcement in June last year that 38 Senior Army Officers were retired on charges of professional corruption bordering on their involvement in the 2015 General elections and the Arms Procurement fraud, I have followed the story with keen interest, waiting for the day when they will