Lt Gen Tukur Buratai Quickly Orders The Execution Of 6 Igbo Soldiers As Farewell Gift To Ndigbo.
Lt Gen Tukur Buratai Quickly Orders The Execution Of 6 Igbo Soldiers As Farewell Gift To Ndigbo.
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Lt Gen Tukur Buratai Quickly Orders The Execution Of 6 Igbo Soldiers As Farewell Gift To Ndigbo.

This shocking news was disclosed to us by Barr E.R. Okoroafor, an int’l human rights lawyer.

Incoming reports from trusted sources suggest, that six Igbo Christian soldiers, attached to the Armory Department of the Nigerian Army, Abacha Barracks in Abuja, have been executed on the orders of the Retired Janjaweed Lt Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai, shortly before leaving office on Tuesday, 26th Jan 2021.

The Unfortunate Igbo Christian soldiers, who are Victims Of this unwarranted execution are : Prince Ukwuoma, son of a traditional ruler; Ebube Isaiah, Amos Azubuike, Ekene Ebere, Moses Anyim, and Godwin Uchendu. 
This shocking news was disclosed to us by Barr E.R. Okoroafor, an int’l human rights lawyer, who is very conversant with the matter and was also contacted by one of the slain soldiers through his family to defend them in the trumped-up charges, executed using hazy and clandestine Military Court Martial.
According to the int’l rights lawyer, “sometime in Sept 2020, an allegation of missing weapons was made at Abacha Barracks and it was immediately traced to a senior Colonel of Fulani-Hausa Muslim origin and instead of the COAS to issue a query and sanction the Colonel, he exonerated him on the grounds of his tribe and religion.
The COAS turned around and ordered for the arrest of 12 soldiers guarding the armory, comprising six Igbo soldiers, three Yoruba soldiers, and three Fulani-Hausa Muslim soldiers.
In the end, the latter soldiers were shielded and exonerated under questionable circumstances and the six Igbo soldiers made to face secret court-martial during which they were blocked and prevented from having access to their families and defense lawyers of their choice”.
Barr E.R. Okoroafor also told the Coalition that his attempts to stand in for the Igbo soldiers were stiffly opposed and he was flimsily told by the Army’s Legal Department that “civilian lawyers are not allowed to defend the accused soldiers except military lawyers”.
Their trial was totally shrouded in secrecy and never disclosed to the public through Army statements to date; likewise, their constitutional right of appeal to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court was also totally denied.
The persecuted and executed soldiers protested their innocence to the point of tendering their resignation in protest; all to no avail.
Apart from their secret execution being totally despicable and condemnable and a clear case of ethnic cleansing, the Coalition also strongly suspects that the six Igbo soldiers were framed or singled out for persecution on the grounds of their ethnicity and religion.
It is also doubtful whether the offense of ‘missing weapons’ in peacetime is commensurable with a death sentence in the Nigerian Military laws, all subject to the provisions of the 1999 Constitution as amended. Another shocking part was where the immediate past Army Chief derived his power to order for secret execution of “justly” and “unjustly” convicted soldiers.
This is more so when there is a national moratorium on the death penalty in Nigeria. The Coalition, therefore, notes further that dozens, if not hundreds of Igbo soldiers have in recent times particularly since 2017/8 died under similar circumstances both in battlefronts and ‘peacetime’.
Additionally, there have been several reported and unreported cases of dismissals, resignations, and desertions involving soldiers and officers of old Eastern Nigeria extraction on account of the ethnic cleansing under the suspected proxy Commander/Sponsor of Boko Haram terror franchise, Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai as Nigerian Army Chief.
 Abuja and at least three have been confirmed killed in Army detention among hundreds of those still being held captive and incommunicado in secret military locations.
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