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Nigerian Army Dismisses Soldier For Theft, Fraudulent Activities

Nigerian Army Dismisses Soldier For Theft, Fraudulent Activities

A Nigerian Army officer, identified as Ibrahim Abdullahi, has been dismissed from the service for engaging in theft, SaharaReporters has learnt.

The officer was attached to the Nigerian Army School of Supply and Transport (NASST), Ugbowo, Benin City, Edo State before his dismissal.

He was dismissed on September 08, 2022 for theft and numerous fraudulent offenses.

“Dismissed today from the Nigerian Army today 08/09/22 for theft and numerous fraudulent offences. The Order was carried out in NASST Benin city, please avoid any transaction with the dismissed regiment,” a military document obtained by SaharaReporters read.

This is coming a few days after the Nigerian Army dismissed two soldiers allegedly involved in the killing of Goni Aisami, an Islamic cleric in Yobe.

John Gabriel and Adamu Gideon, both lance corporals, were the two soldiers dismissed.

Aisami was allegedly killed by Gabriel after the former offered him a ride.

The police had earlier paraded the two soldiers and three other persons over the alleged murder.

Police spokesperson had said Gabriel admitted to killing the cleric and seizing his car, after which he called on Gideon for help when the victim’s car failed to start.


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