Nigerian Army court martial 6 soldiers for indiscipline in Enugu

Nigerian Army court martial 6 soldiers for indiscipline in Enugu

Six soldiers of the Nigerian Army who are between the species of carnal and shaft carnal are presently facing a court martial for indiscipline and other affiliated offences at the Nigerian Army, Enugu (82nd Division).

General Officer Commanding( GOC) of the Division, Maj.-Gen. Taoreed Lagbaja, made the exposure while inaugurating the General Court Martial in Enugu on Wednesday June 1.

The GOC who didn’t give names of the soldiers, said that court-martial was meant to inseminate general discipline in the Nigerian Army.

Lagbaja noted that it was also meant to discipline erring labor force as well as act as a interference for others not to engage in any act of indiscipline. According to him, it’s an internal medium of the Nigerian Army used to put all its labor force in check.

He said;

“The general court-martial is recognised by the country’s law and constitution.”

Lagbaja charged the panel of the court-martial to insure ready justice delivery “ since justice delayed is justice denied ”. He also prompted the panel not to immolate sound judgment and justice on the balcony of ready or speedy justice delivery.

The eight- man panel for the General Court Martial is headed by Col. Dickson Igbokwe.

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