Army asks disgruntled soldiers to voluntarily retire

The Nigerian Army

The Nigerian Army has asked soldiers who are not satisfied with its condition to either apply for voluntary retirement or discharge.

The Army which expressed concern over what it calls a campaign of calumny against it in the social media, stated that it is a voluntary army and not a conscript army.

The Army in a statement by his spokesman, Brigadier General Sani Usman, warned that it could no longer accommodates soldiers who are disloyal or disgruntled.

Accusing some of its retired officers of sponsoring social media campaign of calumny, it vows to apply military justice to the sponsors, who it described as being frustrated out of service or political self-defeatists.

It lists the spurious and unfounded allegations being sponsored as concerning the payment of operational allowances to front-line soldiers and troops rotation in the North East region.

Other spurious allegations being posted on the social media, according to General Usman are comparing of troop allowance with that of their counterparts in the neighbouring countries.

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