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Rouge Army

Nigerian soldiers went on a rampage today on Ikorodu Road Lagos, burning BRT buses and beating up innocent citizens just because a BRT bus hit one of theirs. This is typical of an army that sees the country as their battlefield. They never fail to take out their frustrations on the citizens they are sworn to protect.

These pussy soldiers would not enter Sambisa Forest to rescue the abducted girls but shoot at their commanding officer for commanding them to enter the forest and rescue the girls.

You see Nigeria is one country where soldiers parade the country in uniform, when soldiers are supposed to remain on bases and barracks unseen by the general public except in time of war.

Nigeria runs on a federal system, meaning we have a federal police and states that depend on operating Naira from the federal government, this plus a corrupt political system scared shitless of the army thus leaving the states powerless to prosecute these rogue soldiers. Rest assured these rouge soldiers would go unpunished.

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9 thoughts on “Rouge Army

  1. Sorry to read this news 🙁

    1. Thanks Wendy, we have had this culture of abuse by the army for way too long.

  2. Reblogged this on ERHIME'S BLOG and commented:
    Welcome to Nigeria! We hope for the best though…

  3. Totally disheartening.

  4. Horrible abuse of power. Quite a challenge to change that culture of corruption and entitlement.

    1. This has been the culture for as long as I remember growing up in Nigeria. Afro beat pioneer Fela Anikulapo Kuti was physically abused by Nigerian soldiers on many many occasions. His mother an activist was tossed out of a third floor window of their home by soldiers under the regime of Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo killing the 78 year old Nigerian treasure Funmilayo Ransome Kuti.

  5. Yes, he really stood up to it. What do you think are the solutions?

    1. I believe a start point is education and decolonization. Religion is one of the biggest problems facing Nigeria, we are blindly divided along that line.

  6. Security personnel in Nigeria have always been above the law. The amount of extra judicial killings and recklessness that have been carried out by the police and police have largely gone unpunished. This needs to stop.

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