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Soldier Who Killed His Commanding Officer In Borno Sentenced To Death By Firing Squad

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Real Reason Soldier Shot Army Lieutenant Dead In Borno

A military court-martial sitting in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital on Tuesday, ordered a soldier, Azunna Maduabuchi to death by firing squad for killing his commander, Lieutenant Babakaka Ngorgi.

The military court ruled after finding him guilty that the decision follows the provision of Section 106 of the Armed Forces Act.

Naija News recalls Private Maduabuchi killed his commanding officer, Lieutenant Babakaka Shehu Ngorgi on Wednesday, July 29 in Bama, Borno State.

Maduabuchi was said to have opened fire on the Lieutenant, fired eight rounds at the officer, at close range, killing him on the spot shortly after the troops returned to their base after an operation against Boko Haram Terrorists according to HumAngle reports.

Ngorgi was the Adjutant of 202 Tank Battalion Bama Northeastern Nigeria.

Trooper Maduabuchi has now being sentenced to death by firing squad for killing his superior for refusing to grant him a welfare pass.

Source: Naija News