Abacha’s CSO, Major al-Mustapha compulsorily retired from Army

Al Mustapha compulsorily retired from Army | YNaija.com

Major Hamza al-Mustapha, the Chief Security Officer to the late Head of State, General Sani Abacha, has been compulsorily retired from the Nigerian Army.

Al-Mustapha was compulsorily retired as a result of his unavailability in the Army for a period of over 14 years.

Punch obtained a copy of the retirement letter sent to Al-Mustapha from the Army Headquarters on Wednesday.

The letter dated July 14, 2014, gave the reason for his compulsory retirement as “undeployability arising from restructuring and/or lack of establishment.”

The letter read in part: “You are authorised to retain your substantive rank of Major. You are also entitled to gratuity and pension as well as Certificate of Military Service and Retired Officers’ Identity Card.”

“You are entitled to your ceremonial dress, service dress and mess kit. However, you should wear uniforms corresponding to your rank at the time of retirement only when you are invited for military ceremonies; military weddings; memorial services of National Day celebration and Regimental dinners.”

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