We Don’t Have Rubber Bullets… We’ll Just Waste You All! – Military Tells Shiites

Spokesman of Defence Headquarters, DHQ, Brigadier General John Agim, who sat for an interview with Osasu Igbinedion on The Osasu Show following the clash between the military and Shiites last week, warned the IMN members and further stated that they don’t have rubber bullets.

According to Brigadier General John Agim, no one takes on the military without suffering casualties. Speaking on the clash which left many dead, he said;

“The clash that you see, in fact three times now, is that the Shi’ites obstruct the military from doing their job. They are a law unto themselves. They do anything,” he said.

Asked why the Shi’ites are asked to obey the law while the FG has refused to obey the court order to release El-Zakzaky, Agim said:

“So they are attacking the military to show their dissatisfaction with the government, then they should be ready for the consequence.

We don’t have rubber bullets when we are sent on assignments. So, if any organisation that is not happy with the government wants to take on the military, then they should be ready for the consequence.

Whatever the problem of the Shi’ites with the FG, let them take it constitutionally. You take on any military anywhere in the world and you will be taken down.”

He said if the Shi’ites were left to protest freely, people ask where the military is, but if the military intervenes, “you people are still blaming the military; why don’t you let these people be? .

“The solution is that Shi’ites must be a religious organisation. Obey the laws of the land. Nobody can take on the military and they will not have casualties.”

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