Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, has accused some of the officers and troops facing Boko Haram forces in the North East region of shirking their responsibilities.
He blames every setback recorded recently in the battle against the insurgents on the reluctance of some officers and troops to perform assignments allocated to them on the battle fronts.
Buratai expresses this concern while addressing the Transformational Leadership Workshop for Mid-Level Officers and Soldiers at the Arm Resource Centre in Abuja.
He says the Army has proven cases of lack of willingness on the part of troops and their officers on the front line to carry out assignments as directed.
Warning that Army will no longer tolerate this, Buratai asks front line officers and soldiers who are not willing to perform their duties to leave.
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