Abuja - The Nigerian Army will on June 29 arraign a former Commander of the Multi-National Joint Task Force, Brig. Gen. Enitan Ransome-Kuti for offences he allegedly committed in the fight against Boko Haram, Punch reports.
General Ransome Kuti is to be arraigned alongside four other officers for the role they played when Boko Haram fighters attacked Baga, Borno State on January 3, 2015.
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The others listed on the charge sheet exclusively obtained by our correspondent on Tuesday are Col. O.C. Ajunwa, Lt. Col. A. Haruna, Lt. Col. G.A. Suru and Maj. A.A. Malgwi.
The accused are to be arraigned before a General Court Martial sitting at the Abacha Barracks, Abuja on three counts of cowardly behaviour, failure to perform military duties and miscellaneous offences relating to loss of armament.
Their arraignment was earlier scheduled for Monday.
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- News 24