• Appeal Court waives execution of 2 soldiers over Mutiny

    Appeal Court waives execution of 2 soldiers over Mutiny

     

    Court of Appeal in Abuja yesterday stayed the execution of the death sentences passed on two of the twelve Nigerian soldiers court martial by the Army authorities last September. The soldiers were tried under the General Court Marshal which sat at the Army Headquarters Garrison, Mogadishu Cantonment in Abuja, on sundry allegations of offences ranging from attempts to commit offence, disobedience to particular order, insubordination, false accusation, criminal behaviour, conspiracy to commit mutiny and mutiny under the Armed Forces Act […]

  • Mutiny: Fashola appeals to reconsider death sentence passed on 54 Soldiers

    Mutiny: Fashola appeals to reconsider death sentence passed on 54 Soldiers

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    Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Fashola, made the appeal in Alausa Ikeja at the International Service while marking year 2015 Armed Force Remembrance Day, urged the Nigerian Military authorities to re-consider the death sentence passed on the 54 soldiers as disciplinary measure for misconduct in the ongoing fight against insurgency in the country.

    The governor who was represented by the Commissioner for Home Affairs and Culture, Mr. Oyinlomo Danmole, stated that the military […]

  • Another Four Soldiers sentenced to death for Mutiny

    Another Four Soldiers sentenced to death for Mutiny

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    Say what? After the recent death verdict to the 54 soldiers who refused to join the anti-boko haram operation, the Nigerian military court-martial sitting in Abuja has sentenced another group of four soldiers, accused of mutiny, to death by firing squad.

    The court delivered its judgment Wednesday night in another case involving five soldiers – Bankole Taiwo (lance corporal), Ayodele Olawale (lance corporal), Isaiah Olofu (lance corporal) and Adebayo Gbenga (private) were […]

  • Mutiny: SERAP supports not to impose mass death on 54 Nigerian Soliders

    Mutiny: SERAP supports not to impose mass death on 54 Nigerian Soliders

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    It would be recalled that on Sunday December 21st 2014, an open letter was written to our noble President, GEJ to pardon the 54 Soldiers condemned to death by firing squad for mutiny (See Open Letter here). This was based on news released on Wednesday December 17 2014.

    Now, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has asked a group of five United Nations human rights independent experts to individually and jointly use their “good […]