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Nigerian army condemned over death sentence of soldiers
29 December 2014, 14:57
Abuja - The Nigerian Army has been condemned by retired army
general, Ishola Williams over the death sentence of 54 soldiers in September,
The soldiers were accused of mutiny as they disobeyed orders that would lead to
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In their defense the soldiers had stated they did not have the necessary
equipment to fight terrorist group, Boko Haram.
They were charged with criminal conspiracy to commit mutiny and therefore
sentenced to death by the Nigerian Army.
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