The state government yesterday revealed that the Zamfara state Police Command have arrested seven serving military officers.
The serving military personnel were arrested for allegedly involving in banditry activities. Daily Post newspaper reported that the 7 soldiers were said to be supplying bandits with logistics and information.
Reacting to the news on his official facebook account, Babajide Kolade-Otitoju stated that it is really shameful that the military sabotaging military operations in the Northern region.
He added that too many bad eggs are in the Nigerian military sabotaging genuine patriots.
He however prayed that all enemies of Nigeria and it's people in uniform shall meet a shameful end.
Babajide Kolade-Otitoju is one of the most decorated and respected Journalist in Nigeria. He has won many awards and recognitions for his superb journalistic skills.
What do you have to say about the Nigerian soldiers working with the bandits?
Please note that the photos of the Nigerian soldiers in this post are not those arrested in Zamfara
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