Nigerian Military Vows To Discipline Soldiers Found Guilty Of Raping IDPs

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Nigeria's military has pledged to take action against any of its soldiers found guilty of raping internally displaced persons in the north-east. The military has decided to investigate the allegations following a Human Rights Watch report. The humanitarian body claims several internally displaced Nigerians have reported sexual abuse at the hands of the soldiers deployed to protect them from the Boko Haram insurgency. CCTV's Kelechi Emekalam has more.
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