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Service Chiefs removal: Excited Nigerian soldiers dance, fire shots [Video]

It’s turning into clearer by the day that almost all of Nigerian army personnel have been fed-up with President Muhammadu Buhari’s insistence on retaining the previous Service Chiefs.

On Tuesday, Buhari, after years of wanting the opposite approach regardless of the worrisome degree of insecurity within the nation, eliminated the quartet.

The Nigerian chief appointed them in July 2015, barely two months after assuming workplace.

They have been Chief of Defence Employees, Common Abayomi Olonisakin; Chief of Military Employees, Lt-Gen. Tukur Buratai; Chief of Naval Employees, Vice Admiral Ibok Ekwe Ibas; Chief of Air Employees, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar.

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The replacements are Main-Common Leo Irabor, Chief of Defence Employees; Main-Common I. Attahiru, Chief of Military Employees; Rear Admiral A. Z. Gambo, Chief of Naval Employees; Air-Vice Marshal I. O. Amao, Chief of Air Employees.

In a video, troopers, at an undisclosed location, danced and fired pictures in celebration of the removing of the previous safety heads.

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There was related jubilation at a Naval facility.

DAILY POST gathered that officers and males of the Armed Forces have been delighted that the ex-military heads have been substituted after 66 months.

Rufai Hanga, a former Senator, acknowledged that Buhari refused to take away them as a result of he was afraid of a coup.

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Olonisakin, Buratai, Ibas and Abubakar have been all already due for retirement however Buhari saved them in workplace.

Owing to his stance, many senior officers exited the service with out attaining larger ranks.

Members of the twenty seventh, twenty eighth, twenty ninth, thirtieth, thirty first, thirty second and thirty third Common Course (RC) have been affected.


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