He stated that the troops were on a routine patrol and not testing an armoured vehicle, saying different reports would emerge when such incident takes place.
“You know when things like this happen, people can come up with various things. I am not saying that the police did not give you a version of what they understood or what they were given, but I am now telling you that what happened is that it is a normal routine exercise,” he said.
“It was not like specifically, we were testing an armoured personnel carrier or whatever; we didn’t just acquire armoured personnel carriers, we have been using them.
“So, if it was something expected and then looked at from that angle, they would have gone out with their combat camera and captured it,” Enenche added.