Lagos - President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the prosecution of Nigerian soldiers during former president Goodluck Jonathan's term in office could have led to mutiny, reports Punch.
Buhari accused Jonathan's administration for sending soldiers to fight terrorists in the battlefield without arms and ammunition.
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Buhari made the accusation in a recent interview and said his administration’s investigation revealed that funds meant for military equipment were shared by government officials when Jonathan was still president.
Buhari admitted that the country might not win the war against terrorism completely by the end of the year.
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