SHOCKING! SEE What The Army Now Does To Soldiers After Alleged Coup Plot Against Buhari

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070403-N-6901L-011  Maradi, Niger (April 3, 2007) - Nigerian soldiers from the 322nd Parachute Regiment line up in formation before participating in target practice facilitated by U.S. Army soldiers during Operation Flintlock 2007. The primary focus of Operation Flintlock is to provide an interactive exchange of military, linguistic and intercultural skills for both nations. U.S. Special Operations Forces depend on the ability to interface with foreign military forces in which this training is meant to enhance. The training will also help Niger to respond to threats within and across their borders to maintain security and stability. This event is part of an ongoing and long standing military-to-military relationship that the U.S. enjoys with Niger, and part of the U.S. State Department's Trans-Sahara Counterterrorism Partnership (TSCTP). U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Michael Larson. (RELEASED)

FILE – Nigerian soldiers from the 322nd Parachute Regiment line up in formation before participating in target practice facilitated by U.S. Army soldiers during Operation Flintlock 2007. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Michael Larson. (RELEASED)

The Nigerian Army said it has perfected plans to prevent a plot being fulfilled to overthrow President Muhammadu Buhari.

Reports say Major-General Isidore Edet revealed that the phone lines of soldiers and officers will be monitored in order to track any plans that may be in action already, Thesheet.ng gathered.

In addition, text messages sent by those enlisted will also be monitored.

“What we need to do as soldiers is to be on the guard, to be watchful of the people that go in and out of the barracks, our mammy markets and places where we eat.

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“We should be careful of what we hear them say by listening attentively so that we can pick what they are saying or planning because when those people want to do this things they come into the barracks and try to incite the barracks community on things that are happening in the country, with words like: ‘Don’t you think you should do something?'” Edet stated.

Militant group, the Niger Delta Liberation Force, recently disclosed an alleged plot within the Nigerian Army to cause crises and facilitate a coup to overthrow President Buhari.

Authorities have since refuted the claim, however, stating that the allegations are the handiwork of mischievous entities.

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