Nigerian Army, 81 Division Commences Investigation Into  Alleged Killing Of An Innocent Driver

The Headquarters of the 81 Division Nigerian Army (NA) has commenced an investigation into the alleged killing of one Mr Lawal who was said to have been killed by some persons in military uniform on 17 August 2023.

According to a statement by the Lieutenant Colonel, Acting Deputy Director, Army Public Relations 81 Division Nigerian Army, Olabisi Olalekan Ayeni, said that in as much as information into the allegation is still scanty at the moment, being a responsible organisation, Headquarters 81 Division Nigerian Army considers it appropriate to bring the occurrence to public notice and the steps are taken to identify the alleged persons in military uniform, believed to be soldiers and bring them to justice if truly they are serving soldiers.

The Division is currently carrying out an investigation in conjunction with the Nigerian Police Lagos State Command to unravel the identity of the alleged suspects and the circumstances surrounding the alleged unfortunate incident. At the end of the investigation, if the suspects are identified as serving soldiers, they will be made to face the full wrath of both military and civil laws.

While the matter is under investigation, Headquarters  81 Division requests the family of the deceased to exercise patience and wait for the outcome of the investigation as whoever is found wanting will be made to face disciplinary action. The Nigerian Army has zero tolerance for troops’ misconduct or involvement of its personnel in any form of criminality, hence, will not allow this allegation to go unraveled. 

Consequently, the General Officer Commanding 81 Division NA, Maj Gen MT Usman, commiserates with the family of the victim while promising that justice would be served accordingly. He assures the family of the deceased that whosoever killed their loved one will not be allowed to go unpunished.


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