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Soldiers lament non-payment of salaries

By News Express on 04/08/2016

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Wounded soldiers at the 44 Army Research Reference Hospital in Kaduna State have cried out over the non-payment of their salaries by the Nigerian Army.

The soldiers, who are receiving treatment at the hospital claim they are being owed allowances for months, a situation that has caused their families untold hardship.

The army however says all issues of treatment are being arranged and debts cleared soon.

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Posted 04/08/2016 04:59:25 AM

 

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