The ex-governor took to his Twitter page to make his position known
Though coming after persistent pressure from Nigerians, President Buhari's removal of the Service Chiefs and their replacement is a right step in the right direction.
It is yet another victory for the people of Nigeria.
The sacked Service Chiefs only served themselves and their pockets and can at best be described as "Disservice Chiefs" under whom Nigeria became completely insecure.
It is my call to the ICC and other relevant authorities that tenure of the "sacked" Service Chiefs should be investigated, most importantly human rights abuses and extrajudicial killings under their watch and commands.
The new Service Chiefs should learn from their immediate predecessors and remember nothing lasts forever.
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