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Vindication Of A General By Lt Gen (Dr) IR Bamaiyi (rtd)

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Fighting for Justice

How do we know who we really are unless we’re tested? Would you fight for what you believe in even if it could lead to your demise?

As a boy, I had dreamed of being a soldier, but when I grew up and enlisted I found it was not what I had imagined. Where I had envisioned camaraderie, honor, and respect, I found secrets, lies, and backstabbing. I found corruption where there should have been cooperation, and, worst of all, malice where only valor should have thrived. I became caught up in a series of attempts to overthrow the government—and became a target myself because I knew too much.

Most of all I learned that it is only in humility that we find peace. When we begin to think we are better than another man, that is the point at which our downfall begins.

About the Author

Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Ishaya
Rizi Wadtare Bamaiyi (rtd.) was born in Stench village, Nigeria. He graduated from Bida Teachers College and joined the Nigerian army in 1967 as a special-enlistment recruit. He went to the Nigerian Defense Academy as a corporal and commanded seven different infantry battalions, four brigades, and the Lagos Garrison before being appointed chief of army staff in 1996. He served under the military administration of late Gen. Sani Abacha and was on December 10, 1999 charged with attempted murder of Guardian Newspaper Publisher, Alex Ibru. He was charged alongside former Chief Security Officer (CSO) to Gen Abacha, Maj. Hamza al-Mustapha, and others by the Lagos State Government. Bamaiyi was, however, discharged and acquitted on April 2, 2008 of any wrongdoing in the saga, after eight years in detention.
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