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NDA Commandant Explains Why Cadets Who Brutalized Civilians On Video Cant Be Expelled



Nigerian Defence Academy, NDA, has said why it could not expel some cadets captured on video torturing a civilian for no just reason.

Nigerians cried out in condemnation of the cadets led by a female, who were shown in a video clip, which went viral last month, dehumanizing a
young man later identified as Amari Sunday, a staff of Jabi Lake Park, Abuja, for allegedly commending the beauty of one of the female cadets.

Sunday later, in an interview with channels television, said the real reason why he was tortured was because he wasn’t fast enough when one of
the unruly cadets had demanded his attention.

The Nigeria Defence Academy, NDA, had said it is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding its female Cadet brutalizing a caviling who complemented her beauty.

While majority of Nigerians called for the expulsion of the cadets, the Commandant of the elite Nigerian military training institution, Major
General Mohammed Ibrahim, said they could not be expelled because the time to prosecute them had lapsed.

According to the NDA Commandant, the time frame for expelling any cadet for wrongdoing must not exceed six months from the date the alleged
offence was committed, POINTBLANK reports.

Speaking at the matriculation ceremony of 466 officer cadets of the 67th Regular Course, Maj.-Gen. Ibrahim noted that the incident in question took place two years ago when the cadets were first termers and had just been in the academy for only three months.

While noting that appropriate disciplinary action had already been taken on the cadets, he urged the newly matriculated ones to consider themselves lucky to have successfully passed the one month intensive military training.

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