Tension As This Bad Incident Happened Between Police And Soldier

Both the Nigerian police and army are the two groups that are always out there to protect and defend the people of Nigeria. They have been working tirelessly to see that the fight against terrorists is defeated by the government they serve.
In the fight against the terrorists, many of the Nigerian soldiers and army lost their lives. When the soldiers were sent back from the borders to assist the police, they really joined hands with the police so that they can jointly defeat the fight against the terrorists.
They have been working together as one example and that has been why the forces established what was called Joint Task Force, which consists of the Nigerian police and the men of the Nigerian Army.
The aim of this was to see that the army and police can jointly fight against the terrorists that have seriously caused damages to the people of the North and Nigeria in general. The two groups have worked so well that they had even succeeded in reducing the destructive power of the terrorists.
However, a yet- to- be- identified policeman has shot dead a staff sergeant of the Nigerian Army attached to Operation Hadin Kai, identified only as Donatus.
Sources said the policeman was drunk.
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The incident reportedly happened at the Shehu of Borno palace general area in Maiduguri.
A twitter user, @Zagazola who confirmed the incident described the deceased as a celebrated army officer who saved the Shehu of Borno from suicide bomb attack in 2012.
” The MOPOL returned for Sintiri but he was looking very drug, initially the staff sergeant wanted to disarm him but later left him. Minutes later, he started shooting sporadically and accidentally shot the staff sergeant on the cheek, killing him instantly.
” Staff sergeant Donatus was a celebrated officer; In 2012 he saved the Shehu of Borno from suicide bomb attack. He forced himself to the bomber in the midst of people and pushed him away. The IED detonated and injured him on the leg. He was loved and cherished by the people, ” he posted.
SaharaReporters gathered that the development caused pandemonium in the area, forcing residents to scamper for safety.
This comes amid claims by the Nigerian Army that officers of the Nigeria Police Force were brutalising some of its personnel.
In a letter dated November 23, 2021 to all formations and units, the Chief of Army Staff called on military officers to ” forward all recorded incidence of police brutality against personnel of the Nigerian Army. “

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