Nigeria Army Set An Investigating Panel Over The Recent Shooting In Chibok


The Headquarters of 28 Task Force Brigade of the Nigerian Army has admitted the shooting incident, which resulted in the death of an Army Captain T Mani and a Staff Sergeant Silas Ninyo in Chibok, Borno State, on Sunday. The Army has also set up a  Board of Inquiry (BOI) to investigate the incident.    

The Headquarters of 28 Task Force Brigade of the Nigerian Army has conceded the shooting occurrence, which brought about the passing of an Army Captain T Mani and a Staff Sergeant Silas Ninyo in Chibok, Borno State, on Sunday. The Army has likewise set up a Board of Inquiry (BOI) to research the episode. 

This was put forth known in an expression marked by Brigadier-General SK Usman, Director, Army Public Relations. As per the announcement, at around 12.50pm on Sunday, the 28 Task Force was educated that a Staff Sergeant, recognized in the Army circumstance report as Silas Ninyo, apparently was tanked and getting into mischief towards regular folks. An officer, distinguished in the circumstance report as Captain T. Mani, was coordinated to go and take him back to base. 

Chief Mani, included the announcement, put forth a valiant effort yet Staff Sergeant Ninyo, opposed pleas to quiet him down and incapacitate him. 

“Shockingly, the Staff Sergeant shot the officer dead and after that murdered himself. Their remaining parts have since been cleared to a military office. The BOI is required to examine the episode and immediately hand over its report and discoveries in a single week,” said the announcement. 

It portrayed the Nigerian Army as an expert power with zero-resistance for indiscipline and crime. It likewise mourned the demise of the officer and the Staff Sergeant, depicting, for example, an extraordinary misfortune to the unit and the Nigerian Army. 

In the mean time, Chibok people group individuals revealed to SaharaReporters that Sergeant Ninyo was engaged with a battle against a non military personnel who was dating his better half, one “Esther” and the group individuals alarmed his bosses to his abnormal conduct. He shot the prevalent and 4 others before slaughtering himself. the Nigerian armed force is quiet on other non military personnel setbacks.
see the photo of the Sergeant below:

 picture credit: sahara reporters

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