Nigerian army denies possession of ammunition

The Nigerian army has reacted to reports that the photos of soldiers taking delivery of weapons inside coffins was taken during in-barracks training exercise that took place in 2012. There had been reports on the social media about the Nigerian army arresting some people going about with outrageous ammunition. But, in a tweet by Sahara Reporters, the Nigerian army has denied doing any such thing, stating instead, that they were pictures from an in-house training in 2012. Read our initial article below: – An army unit has intercepted an arms running syndicate – The suspects were apprehended on their way to Ondo state from Lagos – Their wares of guns and bullets were buried in a coffin as they traveled under the guise of mourners headed for the burial of a beloved Photos of a coffin stuffed with an outrageous amount of ammunition has been discovered by some men of the Nigerian army. The photos which are making the rounds, show a casket that was supposed to be carrying a corpse, stuffed with various arms. Some men and women were apprehended in connection with the gun running scandal. The suspects were intercepted on their way from Lagos to Ondo, conveying the ammunition under the guise of burial. Below are the very striking photos, which on the strong at heart can bear. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Coffin
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