Three Nigerian Soldiers Jailed for Illegal Possession of Firearms
A general court marshal sitting in Borno state has sentenced three soldiers for unlawful possession of firearms and ammunition. Two of the soldiers were sentenced to 23 years in jail and the third was jailed for 10 years.
Vanguard, 27 July 2017
The 7 Division, Nigerian Army component of Operation Lafiya Dole, yesterday sentenced three soldiers to jail for unlawful possession of arms and ammunition. Read more »
This Day, 26 July 2017
Two soldiers were on Wednesday sentenced to 23 years jail term each for unlawful possession of firearms by the General Court Martial sitting in Maiduguri. Read more »
Guardian, 27 July 2017
The Nigerian Army Court Martial (NACM) sitting in Maiduguri has sentenced three soldiers to 23 years and 10 years imprisonment respectively for various offences. Read more »