Army Generals get last warning from Buratai


Buratai revealed that he was aware that some generals were being โ€˜approachedโ€™ and his eyes are on them.

Chief of Army staff, Tukur Buratai has extended a stern warning to military generals to stay away from politicians and individuals approaching them to plan a โ€˜coupโ€™.

The stern army chief made this known on Friday during the decoration ceremony of 39 newly promoted Major Generals.

โ€œDemocracy has come to stay. We will not tolerate any agent of destabilisation. The years of military misadventure in politics have never carried us anywhere. It is over,โ€.


โ€œDo not hobnob with politicians. At this rank of two star generals, do not lobby for appointment. If you want to lobby for appointment, lobby the Chief of Army Staff and you can only do this through hard work, discipline and loyalty. The crop of officers (39 Major Generals) decorated yesterday will never be dragged into any interest that is contrary to the sustenance of democracy in our nation.โ€

โ€œAll our eyes are on you. We know there are several moves to get your attention. You must make sure that whatever you are doing, and when some persons approach you, you must act within the confines of the constitution.โ€