Former Commander Olusegun Adeniyi to Face Court-matial





Some months ago, precisely in March, a viral video containing complains regarding inadequate supply of ammunition to the Nigerian military circulated that internet.


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The video was made by Major General Olusegun Adeniyi, former commander of Nigerian Army's Operation Lafiya Dola, and he complained that the ammunition possessed by the Nigeria Military was too inadequate to fight the deadly Boko Haram terrorist group ravaging the Northern part of Nigeria.



In the video, the Marjor-General also explained that due to poor ammunition, the lives of many Nigerian soldiers were lost in the fight against the terrorist group in the past. Hence, the need to provide adequate ammunition for the Nigerian Military. The Nigerian Military didn't act on the video until now.



Apparently, sources from the Nigerian Military informed Premium Times that Olusegun Adeniyi is among the 886 officers the army included for new postings on Tuesday July 14. He is now being moved from the Nigerian Army Resource Center to Army Headquarters, also in Abuja, to face ‘jurisdiction’ which the Nigerian Military calls court-matial.
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