The troopers who were vindicated a year prior for diverse offenses in the midst of the fight against Boko Haram, have all been displayed on the North East to fight Boko Haram. Each one of the 3,032 of the troopers releases the posting including that they were never genuinely pardoned and re-facilitated into the Army, rather, re-sentenced to fight with Boko Haram and endanger their lives.
The warriors furthermore stated that they have been subjected to incomprehensible wiped out treatment after their absolution. They in like manner said that since they have been kicked out of the dozing fenced in area they have not been paid for seven months subsequently have been living from hand to mouth.
The Commandant of NASI, Major General Kassim Aldulkareem, taught them that they have been assigned new riffles and should be arranged for game plan to the fronts on 11 January, 2016.
In any case, the warriors protested that they have not been totally re-instated into the Nigerian Army, in light of the fact that tries by them to reply to their units were rejected at their bases since they haven't been given their re-instatement letters.
It was gathered that, they cried, "We are not going! Give us re-instatement letters! You are sentencing us back to war," among others. By, the Commandant energetically left when the warriors were getting the chance to be wild.
One of the warriors who relates to some newsmen said:
"Look at me; I have put in around 28 years of my life serving this country. I have seen action in Liberia; I have been to Rwanda, Sudan and even served abroad and we the Nigerian troops did especially well and were improved in a couple of occasions.
"Regardless, our contribution in fighting to save our country is unreasonably terrible a story for the outside world to know. We are not defeatists. We held tight for over four months defying Boko Haram.
"I basically need to say that after the Army discharged around 5,000 of us, 3032 of us were absolved last August. Since that time, the Army Authority has treated us like prisoners of wars.
"We were encouraged to gather in Jaji on August 17, which we did. By then on August 19, the General Officer Commander, GOC, of first Infantry Division, Maj. Gen Adeniyi Oyebade amassed us and without previous saw moved us to Nigerian Army get ready Center, NATRAC, Kontogora. A couple of us wound up there in latrine shoes. We were essentially accepted straight to the position. By then, with no additional pieces of clothing or uniform, we were subjected to what was clear train, not planning for an extra three weeks.
"Still in the pieces of clothing we came, we were again moved to 333 gunnery Barracks, Njetilo, Maiduguri. We don't got anything yet steady put-down as defeatists. We landed without formal attire no arms. They essentially left us there and we were misused and encouraged to gather at consistent interims amid these time for an extra three weeks.
"In Jaji, we encountered another round of control, not get ready. Yet, we were not given any letter to show that we are up 'til now serving warriors.
"So when the Commandant came and said we were backtracking toward the North East, without clearing our status, we felt we have been repelled enough." he said.