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Service Chiefs resignation: Why Twitter users urge investigations

Twitter users have urged authorities to investigate former chief of Army Staff, Lt. General Tukur Yusuf Buratai over massive killings in Nigeria, including Lekki massacre under his watch.


Foremost among them are former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, who said International Criminal Court and other relevant authorities to investigate the tenure of the “sacked” service chiefs.

Peter Ayodele Fayose@GovAyoFayose : It is my call to the ICC and other relevant authorities that tenure of the “sacked” Service Chiefs should be investigated, most importantly human rights abuses and extra judicial killings under their watch and commands.

The sacked Service Chiefs only served themselves and their pockets and can at best be described as “Disservice Chiefs” under whom Nigeria became completely insecured, he said.

Other who replied echoes his line.

Replying to @GovAyoFayose@IntlCrimCourt must pick buratai… Nigeria service chiefs wasted thousands of souls in Nigeria, said Grace John.

Segun Ogunyemi@babatallest said: They should and must be charged to both local courts and ICPC, I personally will testify against Lt Gen Tukur Yesuf Buratai for crimes against Nigerians and Nigeria.

Isolate@blaqbouiy said: For Lekki Massacre, Buratai should be investigated and also be ban from leaving Nigeria.

Mrwealth@Mrwealt41686124 ssid: You have spoken well your Excellency, he should be responsible for the massacre in lekki.

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