Update: Soldiers That Threatened to Rape Mothers and Infect Them with HIV Arrested, See Report

Update: Soldiers That Threatened to Rape Mothers and Infect Them with HIV Arrested, See Report

The two army officers sighted on a viral video, threatening people in
Warri that, they were going to get their mothers, wives and daughters ra-ped and infect their with HIV for daring to kill a soldier have been arrested.

High tension started when the Nigerian army shot dead a resident of worry on Thursday, following the stay at home order by the state government. The victim whose name was Joseph Pessu, was shot dead by the Nigerian soldiers when he refused to stop after he was asked to do so.

Pessu’s killing led to protest by angry residents of Ugbuwangue, a suburb of Warri, who blocked major roads and burnt tyres to express their pain.

But shortly after the incident, some soldiers claimed that the people killed one of their colleagues.

The retaliatory video made by the two Nigerian soldiers sent many residents into panic. Many have already started moving out of Warri to escape military brutality.

In the video the two soldiers were seen speaking in disjointed Pidgin, one of the soldiers said,

“Warri people, una don buy job o. Una kill soldier ba? Your mothers, I will make sure I f..k your mother's skin to skin without a condom.

“I will make sure she carries HIV, your daughters will carry HIV, your wives will carry HIV.

"You get the mind to kill soldier ba? Dan Eubanks.”

In a swift response, the Nigerian army moved to arrest the two soldiers involved in the viral video. The soldiers were arrested at 9 Brigade Ikeja Military. The arrest was made known via the verified Twitter account of the Nigerian Army @HQNigerianarmy

The tweet reads: "Soldiers in a viral video using uncouth and uncivilized language purportedly threatening to molest women in Warri Delta State were arrested at 9 Brigade Ikeja Military Cantonment Lagos State today 3 April 2020 and further investigation is ongoing"

The Nigerian army went further to say it would not tolerate any form of irresponsibility and indiscipline on the part of any of its personnel.

See tweets from the Nigerian army below:

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