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Nigerian Army panel exonerates self of allegations of IPOB Killings - IPOB

16.6.17

Nigerian Army panel exonerates self of allegations of IPOB Killings - IPOB: By Paul Obi in Abuja

The United States and British embassies in Nigeria has withdrawn and denied entry visa to some serving and retired Nigerian Army (NA) officers, a report of a Board of Inquiry set up by the army to investigate allegations of human rights abuses by the military in the country, has revealed.
This is even as the Nigerian Army exonerated itself over allegations in its confrontations and treatment of Boko Haram terrorists and internally displayed persons (IDPs) in its operations in the North-east, as well as members and sypathisers of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).


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