Wear camouflage and go to jail, Army warns civilians
The Nigerian Army has come out plainly to criminalised the wearing of camouflage by civilians.
The Director, Army public Relations Brig. Gen. Sani Usman disclose this in an interview granted to Punch recently that it is an offence and such offence attracts a one-month jail term.
Quoting the section of the law section 110 and 111 of the Nigerian criminal code act, which states that “Any person, who unlawfully wears the uniform of forces, etc. L.N. 112 of 1964. 1967 No. 27(1) not being a person serving in any of the armed forces of Nigeria, wears the uniform or any part of the uniform of such forces, or any of the armed dress having the appearance or bearing any of the regimental or other distinctive marks of such uniforms; or (2) not being a person holding any office or authority under the Government of Nigeria or of any part thereof, wears any uniform or distinctive badge or mark or carries any token calculated to convey the impression that such person holds any office or authority under the government; is guilty of an offence and is liable to imprisonment for one month, or to a fine of N10m, unless he proves that he had the permission of the President or of the Governor of a State to wear such uniform or dress, badge or mark or to carry such token: Provided that this section shall not apply to the wearing of any uniform or dress in the course of a stage play or in any bona fide public entertainment.”
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