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National Nigerian Military speaks on soldiers accused of supplying ammunition, uniforms to bandits The Nigerian military on Friday says two soldiers were arrested in Zamfara State for allegedly aiding banditry will be punished if found guilty. Then state government, however, at the time did not provide details of the alleged incident, saying it was waiting for the military authorities to do so. Also, in another incident on Friday. Mr Yerima, a brigadier-general, said the military will not treat the two issues lightly. Source: premiumtimesng.

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Tweet Pictures of the 11 soldiers and an officer killed by a militia in the Bonta community solxiers Konshisha council area of Benue State has emerged. The military authorities earlier announced the killing of 11 soldiers who were on a peacekeeping mission between the Bonta community in Konshisha and the Ukpute-Ainu community in Okay LGA over a land dispute.

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He said following the killings, the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Ibrahim Attahiru, http://rectoria.unal.edu.co/uploads/tx_felogin/art-therapy-and-the-creative-process/chiquita-banana-lady-costume.php ordered commanders on the ground to apprehend and deal decisively with the criminal gangs in the area responsible for the killings. The troops comprising one officer and 10 soldiers were initially declared missing, which prompted the deployment of a joint childd and rescue team comprising NA troops and personnel of Operation Nigerian child soldiers Stroke.

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Naija News had earlier reported that the bodies of twelve military officers killed by a local militia in the Bonta community of Konshisha Local Government Area of Benue State have arrived at the military cemetery at Wurukum in Makurdi, the state capital, for burial. See their photos below:.]

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