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Nigerian Government Ordered To Pay 244 Dismissed Soldiers All Entitlements

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Nigerian government has been requested to pay overdue debts of pay rates and different qualifications to 244 officers excused from the Nigerian Army in 2016 

An Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) Court which sat in Abuja on Thursday June 25, requested the Nigerian government who were hauled to court by the officers in the wake of being blamed for purportedly surrendering the Boko Haram insurrection battle and escaping over supposed insufficient arrangement of arms and ammo, requested an authorization of their basic human rights, including the privilege to their pay rates and qualifications. 

Justice Keikura Bangura who dismissed the officers' solicitation to be reestablished into the military, maintained their application that their sack abused their human rights, including option to work and reasonable hearing, Premium Times announced. 

The ECOWAS court which blamed the choice of the Nigerian Army to excuse the officers on May 15, 2019, requested the Nigerian government to pay all back payments of month to month recompenses and pay rates and different qualifications of the influenced warriors up to January 2016.

Source: opera.com
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