RwGGist: 'The brutal murder of Alex Badeh, is a despicable and cowardly act - Nigerians react to the death of former defence chief - www.RwGOnline.com

Nigerians are reacting to the death of former chief of defence staff, Air Chief Marshal, Alex Badeh (retd.) who was attacked and shot dead by gunmen on Abuja-Lafia Road.
Senate President Bukola Saraki wrote, 'Nigeria has suffered another great loss with the passing of former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh. My heartfelt prayers go to his family and our Armed Forces at this tragic time. May the Almighty grant him eternal rest'.

Former aviation minister, Femi Fani Kayode wrote, 'The brutal murder of the former Chief of Defence Staff and former Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshall Alex Badeh, is a despicable and cowardly act. Those that were behind it shall not escape justice and they will pay a terrible price for their wickedness. God will avenge'.

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The brutal murder of the former Chief of Defence Staff and former Chief of Air Staff, Air Vice Marshall Alex Badeh, is a despicable and cowardly act. Those that were behind it shall not escape justice and they will pay a terrible price for their wickedness. God will avenge!
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Some of you have no modicum of decency

Why are you posting pictures of Alex Badeh's body

Think about his grieving family and and try to be a decent human being abeg
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Nigeria has suffered another great loss with the passing of former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh. My heartfelt prayers go to his family and our Armed Forces at this tragic time. May the Almighty grant him eternal rest. Amin.
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This Alex Badeh thing is shocking

As former CDS he is entitled to armed guards until he dies.

So how did this happen?

RIP and my condolences to his family
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This Alex Badeh thing is shocking

As former CDS he is entitled to armed guards until he dies.

So how did this happen?

RIP and my condolences to his family
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Alex badeh allegedly deprived the Nigerian Military of weapons and kept the money for himself...he is now dead from the insecurity he helped in establishing!

Corruption affects everyone.. including those engaging in it as he allegedly did.
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I believe Alex Badeh was going to spill the beans and let the chips fall where they may, those to be implicated could not have that, so they did their worst.
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How does Alex Badeh, a 4-Star General get killed like that on his way from his farm as reported. A 2-Star General, General Alkali was also murdered on his way home this year. If this can happen to them, then who is safe in this country?
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If you want to be pissed about Alex Badeh's killing, you must show us where you called for justice in the case of General Alkali. Because Nigerian Soldier na Nigerian Soldier or we know you are a selective hypocrite forming activist shouting for rule of law.
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If Alex Badeh, a former Chief of defense staff and 4-star General can be easily ambushed and killed just like that, then I don’t even know again. Let’s just vote God in the 2019 elections.
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Alex Badeh fueled insecurity, he was collecting N580M every month from military coffers after paying salaries, insecurity has taken his soul.
I’m not sure what’ll happen to his soul and not even sure if I care
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Let me explain... if it were a military regime, Alex Badeh, a 4 star general, could be Head of State ... so imagine one of the Living former Presidents shot dead on the street like a nobody... yeah, that’s how serious it is
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In a nation where retired Chief of Defence Staff is murdered like this, what should ordinary Nigerians do?

Yet, our security men are only interested in Buhari's second term ambition.

May God restore sanity to our land.

RIP ALEX BADEH.
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