Soldiers marchingNo fewer than two hundred soldiers from 158 Task Force Battalion situated in Gubio Local Government Area of Borno, who fought in the African Union Peace-keeping operation in Guinea Bissau in 2015 are complaining bitterly about none payment of their six months’ allowances.

The soldiers told news en today in Yola, The Adamawa state capital that the failure by military the authority to pay the allowances is already generating tension in the affected battalion.

One of the soldiers lamented that ‎the officers and men who have been fighting Boko Haram have been starved of their allowances despite their sacrifices, adding that the development is also affecting the fighting spirit of the affected soldiers. [myad]