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Al-Mustapha should keep to military tenets —Tsav

to a debate over his letter to President Goodluck Jonathan, saying the military officer is forgetting he is still a serving soldier and must abide…

to a debate over his letter to President Goodluck Jonathan, saying the military officer is forgetting he is still a serving soldier and must abide by military discipline.
Tsav told Daily Trust yesterday in reaction to the former Chief Security Officer (CSO) to the late General Sani Abacha’s  challenge  that Al-Mustapha was taking issues too far. He said Al-Mustapha is working for President Jonathan’s political interest in 2015 in violation of his professional ethics to avoid partisanship as a soldier.
“I think Major Al-Mustapha is talking too much, forgetting he is still a soldier and must abide by military discipline. Even in retirement, a major must respect a retired general. In other countries, Al-Mustapha would have been taken for a security risk. If it is true that Al-Mustapha knows the security of this country so well, and more than anyone else, then it could be true that President Jonathan wants to take advantage of him and re-strategize.
“Al-Mustapha’s romance with Asari Dokubo, who is an arch supporter of Jonathan, could buttress this. If this is the case, then Obasanjo is not wrong in his allegations as contained in his letter which Al-Mustapha and Jonathan do not like. The directive by the presidency that the National Human Rights Commission should investigate these allegations is a diversion and will achieve nothing,” Tsav said.

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