Yar’Adua, Jonathan Ex-Presidents’ military aides retired over ‘corruption’


While Adegbe, served as ADC to Jonathan, Onoiveta, served as ADC to late Yar’Adua, were both retired.

Colonel Ojogbane Adegbe and
Mustapha Onoiveta, have been listed among the 58 military officers retired by the Nigerian Army » .
According to a report by The Cable, the military personnels, who were ex-ADCs to former Presidents Goodluck Jonathan » and Umaru Musa Yar’Adua , were retired by the army over allegations of partisanship and corruption.


While Adegbe, served as ADC to Jonathan, Onoiveta, served as ADC to late Yar’Adua, were both retired.
Also affected, according to the report, in the compulsory retirements is
Nicholas Achinze , a colonel and former military assistant to national security advisers; Retired General Owoye Azazi » , and Retired Colonell Sambo Dasuki » .
Other names on the retirement exercise include Maj Gen FO Ali, Maj Gen EG Atewe, Maj Gen Ejemai, Maj Gen MY Ibrahim, Maj Gen IN Ijioma. Maj Gen Koleoso, Maj Gen PAT Akem, Maj Gen LC Ilo, Maj Gen SD Aliyu, Brig Gen Onibasa, Brig Gen IM Lawson, Brig Gen D Abdusalam, Brig Gen Bashir Mormoni, Brig Gen ASH Sahaad, Brig Gen Koko Essien, Brig Gen MD Onoiveta, Brig Gen LM Bello, Brig Gen MG Ali, Brig Gen Oyefesobi, Brig Gen Ogidi, Brig Gen Fiboinumama, Brig Gen Agachi, Col OU Nwankwo, Col Adegbe, Col DR Hassan, Col TT Minima, Col CK Ukoha, Col FD Kayode, Col Achinze, Lt Col Oladuntoye, Lt Col Adinmoha, Lt Col CO Amadi, Lt Col Baba Ochanpa, Lt Col Dazang, Lt Col TE Arigbe, Lt Col Egemole, Lt Col A Suleiman, Lt Col A Mohammed, Lt Col AS Mohammed, Lt Col Enemchukwu and Maj TA Williams.
Dasuki is being investigated » for allegedly supervising the laundering of $2 billion in funds meant for the procurement of arms for Nigeria’s militaPulseFollow us on Facebook @ http://facebook.com/ikemdan
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