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Nigerian army locks up viral soldier for embarrassing them

Ghlagatin 4 weeks ago 0

The Nigerian army detains viral soldier for complaining about not having enough funds to visit home after being on the war front for years.

Recall that Gistreel reported the story, where the soldier who had been fighting in Maidugiri had to return back there over inflated cost of transport.

He admitted he discovered the transport fare had gotten very high, and he could not afford a back and fro journey with his salary so he decided to go back home.

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Nigerian army arrests soldier who complained about his small salary on charges of embarrassment to the institution

However, the Nigerian army were not pleased with this and locked up the young man over charges of embarrassing the military with his video.

See the post here

Nigerian army arrests soldier who complained about his small salary on charges of embarrassment to the institution Nigerian army arrests soldier who complained about his small salary on charges of embarrassment to the institution

See some reactions to the post

@IK101_ said: “This should tell others in that horrible entity how much they’re valued & what their next cause of action should be.”

@DanielRegha opined: “Trying to silent an officer for crying out is nothing but tyranny; On a real, Nigerian soldiers should be earning more than N50,000 especially with the situation of things. These people risk their lives on a daily basis, politicians who practically do nothing are making millions. This is shamfu!.”

@ChubieUjah reacted: “Gosh 🤦🏾‍♂️ but he didn’t even criticize anyone, he only lamented about his reality.”

@_iRoyalty_ added: “I knew this was going to happen…They’d discipline the life out of him and send him to the war front to die. It’s the typical of “suffer and smile” as seen in the Nigerian Military.”

@Roseangel009 said: “What a country! There is freedom of speech we claim, but freedom after speech is not guaranteed in Nigeria.”

SOURCE: Ghlagatin.net

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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