According to Saharareporters, the council also ordered a reduction in Brigadier General Enitan Ransome-Kuti’s rank from Brigadier General to Colonel, and recommended that he be reabsorbed into
the army and posted back into service.
He was arrested in January 2015 and tried for cowardice, accused of abandoning his duty post in Baga where he was commander of a joint multinational task force. In 2014 Boko Haram militants attacked his base and took over the armory.
He was also accused of not accounting for weapons seized by the terrorist sect at his base. Since his conviction, Kuti, who is the son of prominent human rights activist, Beko Ransome-Kuti, had remained under house arrest at an army barrack in Abuja….. enjoying his well peppered Kilishi…..