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Watch Nigerian Soldiers Jubilating Over Removal Of Buratai As Chief Of Army Staff [Video]

Some Nigerian soldiers are seen celebrating the removal of former Chief of Army Staff,Tukur Buratai.

SaharaReporters publisher, Omoyele Sowore has shared a video of Nigerian soldiers jubilating the sack of General Tukur Buratai as the Chief of Army Staff.

Watch Nigerian Soldiers Jubilating Over Removal Of Buratai As Chief Of Army Staff [Video] 1

KanyiDaily recalls that President Muhammadu Buhari had yesterday sacked Buratai and appointed Major-General I. Attahiru as the new army boss.

In a video currently circulating on the social media, many Nigerian soldiers were seen dancing, jubilating, some of them were doing push-ups, while others were shooting into the air.

It was learnt that the soldiers received the news of Buratai’s departure with joy.

Sharing the video on his Twitter page on Wednesday, Sowore wondered what the atmosphere would be like when Buhari is no longer president.

“See soldiers rejoicing over the removal of Tukur Buratai as the Chief of Army staff of @HQNigerianArmy imagine what’s #Nigerians will do when his incompetent boss @MBuhari is also retired permanently from #Nigeria’s political space. imagine it! #RevolutionNow,” he tweeted.

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Meanwhile, a former presidential aide, Reno Omokri had said his greatest desire is to have a man-to-man combat fight with Buratai.

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