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Soldier Who Killed Okada Man In Aba Dismissed From Nigerian Army, Handed Over To The Police

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Lance Corporal Ajayi Johnson, the soldier who killed a commercial motorcyclist at Umuokereke Ngwa in Aba area of Abia State, has been dismissed from the Nigerian army.



The soldier was handed over to the police after being tried in accordance with extant rules and regulations of the Nigerian Army, as confirmed in a statement released by the 82 Division Deputy Director of Public Relations Col. Aliyu Yusuf on Wednesday August 21.



Soldier who killed Okada man in Aba dismissed from Nigerian Army, handed over to the police



Yusuf said Johnson was dully charged, tried, reduced to the rank of a private and subsequently dismissed from service.



He said, “He is, hereby, formally handed over to the Nigerian Police Force, Abia State Command today Wednesday August 21, 2019, for further necessary action.

“The 82 Division will not condone any act of lawlessness and unprofessional conduct from any of its personnel, and wherever that happens, decisive action will surely be taken against erring personnel.”



Soldier who killed Okada man in Aba dismissed from Nigerian Army, handed over to the police



Recall LIB reported that the dismissed soldier allegedly shot a commercial motorcyclist identified as Chimaobi Nwaogu at point-blank range, killing him on the spot.

Source: www.lindaikejisblog.com/2019/8/soldier-who-killed-okada-man-in-aba-dismissed-from-nigerian-army-handed-over-to-the-police-2.html

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Justice must preval in Nigeria whether u are a civilian or a military

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The right justice should be handed over to him

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This would serve as a lesson to others. Its high time that soldiers know that shooting people without any justification is entirely not tolerated

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Good. It ought to be so. No one is above the law.

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[ @jtimilehin: ] Justice must preval in Nigeria whether u are a civilian or a military

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[ @jtimilehin: ] Justice must preval in Nigeria whether u are a civilian or a military

the law must be obeyed

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What a wicked soldier,he must not go scotfree

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[ @jtimilehin: ] Justice must preval in Nigeria whether u are a civilian or a military

way to go

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Justice must preval in Nigeria whether u are a civilian or a military [/quote]

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Tanks very very much ooo that nice so impressing kip it up

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Olamide
It's a nice development and will serve as am example to others

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[ Justice must preval in Nigeria whether u are a civilian or a military

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Olaitan
Thanks for this fantastic judgement

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Soldier who killed Okada man in Aba dismissed from Nigerian Army, handed over to the police.

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Good information to hear indeed

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Removing him out of nigerian army is a very perfect decision.since he feels that killing his fellow human is a nice thing.

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Toh if that helps then I guess it's okay

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[ @Desreedon: ] Good. It ought to be so. No one is above the law.

issorite

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Emmanuel
thank the military donot condole indiscipline acts.

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Thats what I called discipline and justify act.The soldier needs to face the law.

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thank God for justices though the dead cannot come back to life, such people should not remain in force

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I think some army men go out of way too much.

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This is a good news to be heard

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