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Saturday 11 February 2017

See the Punishment Nigerian Army Served Soldiers Who Battered Crippled Man in Anambra

Mr. Chijioke Uraku was brutalized by soldiers in Anambra
The Nigerian army has given severe punishment to two soldiers who brutalized a crippled man for wearing army uniform in Anambra. The Nigerian Army has demoted two soldiers who brutalized a crippled man identified as Mr. Chijioke Uraku alia CJ in Anambra state. Uraku has however met with officials of the Nigerian Army who gave him cash gifts and pleaded with him over the incident.
Read official statement from the army below:
Sequel to the video clip of two soldiers maltreating a physically challenged man on the streets of Onitsha, Anambra State, last Tuesday, in line with our zero tolerance of infringement of human rights by troops, those involved; Corporal Bature Samuel and Corporal Abdulazeez Usman of 82 Provost Company, have been arrested, summarily tried based on 2 count charges and found guilty.
Uraku later met with officials of the Nigerian army who gave him cash gift
Consequently, both have been sentenced to reduction in rank; from Corporal to Private Soldiers and 21 days Imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL) respectively, which includes forfeiture of 21 days pay to the Federal Government of Nigeria.
The Nigerian Army has also reached out to the victim of their unjustifiable assault, Mr. Chijoke Uraku (alias CJ), as widely reported by the media.
We wish to reiterate our avowed determination to ensure that troops conduct themselves in the most orderly and professional manner at all times. Any act of indiscipline would not be tolerated.
You are please requested to disseminate this information to the public through your medium.
Thank you for your kind cooperation.
Brigadier General Sani Kukasheka Usman
Director Army Public Relations

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