-The Nigerian Army has raised the alarm over an alleged plan to use soldiers to remove and eject the Kogi state chief judge
-The Army disclosed that it had directed its commander in the state to stay clear of the conflict between the executive and legislative arms of government
-The military organization stressed that it won’t contemplate interfering in the internal conflict between the executive and judiciary in Kogi state or elsewhere
The Nigerian Army has alerted the public to an alleged plan to use soldiers to remove and eject the Kogi state chief judge from his official residence.
The Army made the disclosure in a series of tweets on its Twitter handle, @HQNigerianArmy, on Tuesday, March 2.
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Legit.ng notes that the Army stressed that it had distanced itself from the conflict between the Kogi state executive and judiciary.
The Army also disclosed that it had directed its commander in the state to stay clear of the conflict.
See the tweets:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Nigerian Army released a rather troubling video of some fake soldiers who were dressed in military uniform, seen assaulting a young man.
Apart from condemning the brutality of the criminals, the force, through its acting public relations officer, Sagir Musa, stated that they were not military officers and that the entire show was stage managed.
Furthermore, the Army said it would carry out a thorough investigation of the development and fish out the individuals.
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