The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Lieutenant General Azubuike Ihejirika recently decried the existence of fifth columnists in the rank of the Armed Forces, and who, he said, had been passing sensitive details on military plans in the ongoing operation against the insurgent Boko Haram sect. According to him, some soldiers helped members of the group with intelligence and allegedly conspired with them to frustrate military operations against their insurgency in parts of the country. General Iherijika made the disclosure at the opening of the Nigeria Army's transformation and innovation centre on Personnel Management and Development at the Command Officer's Mess in Abuja. The army chief noted that last month, one of the alleged Boko Haram sympathiser passed information about the itinerary of Mali-bound Nigerian military contingent. An explosive device thrown into one of the vehicle conveying the soldiers went off near Okene, in Kwara State, killing two soldiers.Read More... Click here to read full news..