The main reason why Nigerian Army retired 38 senior officers

On 9 June 2016 the Nigerian army suddenly retired 38 senior officers and days later, the army spokesperson Sani Usman, was quoted in a statement as saying that the affected officers were sent packing fraud-related procurement of arms and technical error 2015 elections.
Premium Times says it has now discovered the real causes at least 22 of the leading soldiers were dismissed from the army authorities without inquiry or indictment of any panel.
The report said the causes were found in some official documents filed by the army in court. It states that Major General Nwokoro Ijioma (N / 8304) was accused of illegal sale of 17 military vehicles, while Major General Ohifeme Ejemai (N / 8340 and brigadier general and AS Saad (N / 8392), was the dismissal of fraud and money laundering. documents also revealed that Brigadier LM Bello (N / 8799) was retired for the procurement of arms (fraud) / distortion and bias, while the other three Brigadier Generals, A Onibasa (N / 9072), D Abdul Salam (N / 9165) and Idam Agachi (N / 8780), retired because they deal with corruption.
Agachi also had money laundering linked to his alleged offense while Colonels Peter Ekpeyong (N / 8730), OU Nwankwo (N / 9678), Feyisetan Kayode (N / 9344), MA Suleiman (N10030) and Tobiah Minimah (N / 10185) , affected by the alleged lack of discipline and Lt. Colonels, DB Dazang (N / 10414) and TE Arigbe (N / 10416). Tobiah Minimah, the brother of a former army chief, Kenneth Minimah according Premium Times, was allegedly involved in election issues Colonels DR Hassan (N / 9909), CK Ukoha (N / 10319) and Timothy Oladuntoye (N / 10338). Colonels Chinonye Amadi (N10359), OA Ochankpa (N / 10419), KO Adimoha (N / 10421) A Mohammed (N / 10659) and Abubakar Mohammed (N / 10662) was reportedly accused of involvement in cases choices. Currently, 22 of the dismissed officers are said to have taken the army to court, since they were not made to face any disciplinary panel before they were axed. They have even written to President Muhammadu Buhari complaints that the army authorities violated laws end their careers abruptly.
The report quoted one of the affected officers as saying the charges are new to them. "No one has ever mentioned it or indicted any of us, at least not to me before we were dismissed," the military officer reportedly said. The report listed the fifteen officers who Ijioma and Ejemai (Major Generals); . Men Saad, Bello, Abdul Salam, and Agachi (Brigadier Generals); Men Nwankwo, Minimah, Ukoha, Oladuntoye and Suleiman (Colonels); and gentlemen Ochankpa, Adimoha, A. Mohammed, and Abubakar Mohammed (Lieutenant Colonels).

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