The House of Representatives on Tuesday urged authorities of the Nigerian Army on the need to improve on the welfare of personnel especially those involved in the prosecution of anti-terrorism and other combat operations.
The resolution was passed after the adoption of the recommendations of the House Committee on Army, a report which investigated the ‘Purported voluntary resignation of over 365 Soldiers’.
According to the 10-page report laid by the Chairman, House Committee on Army, Hon. Abdulrasak Namdas, the Chief of Army Staff who was represented by the Director Military Personnel, Army headquarters, Brig. Gen. U. T. Musa affirmed that “discharge from the Army is a regular and…
Source: Nigerian Tribune