We have received information that two high ranking Nigerian army Generals (names withheld) have submitted their resignation following an argument with the Chief of the army, Kenneth Minimah.
According to our sources, the Generals had told the Chief of the Army that whoever won the 2015 presidential elections must be handed the office; however the Nigerian Chief of army had told them that this will not be so as the army was working for the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
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Following this, the two army generals were said to have tendered their immediate resignation from the army.
We have been unable to obtain comment from the Nigerian army.
A recent report we broke from an aide of the president’s spokesperson, Doyin Okupe indicated a position from the embattled government to initiate a military coup rather than risk incarceration of corrupt officials and business cabal and blockage of flow of loot from the nation’s treasury if a Buhari/Osinbajo government comes into power.