One officer, 17 others face general court martial

130213T.Nigeria Defence Headquarters Abuja

The General Officer Commanding 3 Armoured Division of the Nigerian Army, Major-General Eboibowei Bonna Awala, has convened a general court martial to try one officer and 17 soldiers of the division serving with JTF ( Operation Restore Order) in Borno State and  the Special Task Force (Operation Safe Heaven) in Plateau State .

In his remarks at the inauguration of the court martial at the 3 Division Rhino Officers’ Mess, Maxwell Khobe Cantonment, Jos on Monday, Major-General Awala said their offences include cowardly behaviour, murder, manslaughter among others, adding that they were duly investigated by the military police.

Nigerian Tribune

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