'Nigerian Army Broke Own Rules By Retiring 38 Senior Officers'
The army violated its own rules when it retired 38 senior officers in 2016, for their alleged professional misconduct during the 2015 general elections, as well as their involvement in the U.S.$2.1 billion arms procurement scandal, the National Industrial Court has said.
Premium Times, 13 June 2018
The Nigerian Army on Wednesday gave a surprising reason for its compulsory retirement of some officers in 2016. Read more »
Daily Trust, 13 June 2018
The National Industrial Court in Abuja on Wednesday was told the Nigerian Army violated its own rules and laws when it compulsorily retired some of its senior officers in 2016. Read more »
Premium Times, 10 June 2018
Two years ago, the Nigerian Army compulsorily retired 38 officers, many of them the country's brightest in internal and external security operations. Read more »
Daily Trust, 14 June 2018
The Nigerian Army violated its own rules and laws when it compulsorily retired some of its senior officers in 2016, a National Industrial Court in Abuja has been told. Read more »
This Day, 19 June 2017
President Muhammadu Buhari has been urged to constitute an impartial panel to review the cases of the 38 serving military officers compulsorily retired by the Army High Command for… Read more »
Guardian, 6 September 2017
I'M compelled for the second time in less than two years to write on this vexed issue of the alleged wrongful dismissal of 38 senior military officers of the Nigeria Army because… Read more »
Premium Times, 2 January 2018
One and half years after they were dismissed under controversial circumstances, 38 top officers of the Nigerian Army have headed to the community court of justice of the Economic… Read more »