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Soldier Shoots Self Four Months To Retirement

Soldier Shoots Self Four Months To Retirement
Soldier Shoots Self Four Months To Retirement

A shocking incident has occurred at the 144 Battalion’s Forward Operation Base (FOB) gate, where a senior non-commissioned soldier, Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Vitalis, shot himself without leaving a suicide note.

According to The Nations, Vitalis, an indigene of Okpuala in Ngor-Okpuala, Imo State, was just four months away from retirement in October. He had been serving with the 14 Brigade Headquarters, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s Barrack, Ohafia, Ohafia local government area of Abia State.

The soldier’s motives behind his actions are still unclear, and the army’s leadership in the state has launched a thorough and discreet investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding his suicide.

Vitalis had mysteriously disappeared without communication for two weeks before suddenly reappearing at the camp and taking his own life, leaving his colleagues in shock and disbelief.

There were no reported incidents of domestic violence or disciplinary actions against the soldier before his death, suggesting that the motives behind his actions may be complex and require a thorough inquiry.

The investigation’s outcome is eagerly awaited to shed light on this tragic event.


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