Nigerian Army Responds to Soliders Brutality of Ruth Orji- Detains Six Soliders

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The Nigerian Army has detained six soldiers over alleged brutality of Ruth Orji in Ikorodu area of Lagos.

It was recently disclosed that a certain Ruth Orji was brutalized by soldiers around Ikorodu area of Lagos, just because she had dared to defend her brother who was slapped by a solider without committing any offence.

 

.RUTH ORJI'S BRUTALIZED BODY

According to reports, the Joint Legal Action Aids, which is representing her has already sued the military authorities and is asking for N250million in damages.

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Read the statement given by 81 Division:

“The attention of Headquarters 81 Division, Nigerian Army, has been drawn to the social media and Newspaper online reports on alleged brutalisation of a female by soldiers”.

 

“The incident occurred in Odoguyan, Ikorodu area of Lagos state involving soldiers of 174 Battalion on Sunday, March 12.

 

“The alleged incident is highly regrettable, even as the division under the Nigerian Army has zero tolerance for inhuman treatment. “Discipline remains the bedrock of the Nigerian Military Profession.

“It is quite disheartening when such incidences occur even though such incidences will not be treated with any laxity. “Consequently, a Board of Inquiry has been constituted by the Commander 9 Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Elias Attu.

“This is to investigate the circumstances that led to the incident, determine the level of the soldiers’ involvement, submit its findings and recommend appropriate disciplinary measures which will be communicated.

“The brutalised lady, name with held, has been taken to hospital where she is responding to treatment. “The six soldiers, also names withheld, are being detained in regards to the incident.

“The Division remains committed to its tasks as part of the constitutional mandate of the Nigerian Army.

“The Division continues to enjoin all to be law abiding and count on their support and cooperation,” said Lt. Col. Daudu.

 

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