127 SOLDIERS RESIGN AMIDST WORSENING INSECURITY SITUATION IN THE NORTH
127 soldiers have reportedly resigned from the Nigerian army amid the worsening security challenges the military is currently combating in some parts of the country.
From the memo released, it was gathered that the soldiers who are drawn from various formations of the army across the country are all of the junior cadres.
The military personnel comprising of one Master Warrant Officer, three Warrant Officers, 22 Staff Sergeants, 29 Sergeants, 64 Corporals, seven Lance Corporals and one Private, will disengage in May as Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai has since approved their formal disengagement.
Though there was no clarification on those embarking on voluntary retirement and those leaving the army on medical grounds, Brigadier-General T.A Gagariga who communicated the approval of their disengagements directed them to submit all military properties in their possession.