Army Donates Three-Bedroom Flat To Veteran Ejected From Home in Kaduna

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The Nigerian Army has donated a 3-bedroom flat to a veteran soldier, Paul Ojo, and his family following his ejection from his rented apartment in Kaduna.

The Army through Major General Usman Shehu Mohammed, the General Officer Commanding 1 Division of the Nigerian Army on Tuesday donated the apartment located at Number 26, Yakowa Street, Anguwan Galadima, Kaduna, Kaduna State to the retired Warrant Officer with service number ex-63NA/8725.

The veteran was recently evicted out of his 2-bedroom apartment at Number L2, KASUPDA Quarters, Kabala Costain, Kaduna North Local Government.

Muhammed said the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant-General Tukur Buratai gave the order when he saw the reports on social media and conventional media, he directed the GOC to investigate the issue and report back to him.

In an interview with journalists after receiving the house, the retired Warrant Officer thanked the Army chief for coming to his aid, saying the donation was a demonstration that his services to the Army and Nigeria were not in vain.

“I don’t know how to thank him but Almighty God will give us peace to rule Nigeria well,” he said.

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