This seems to have turned a blessing in disguise. According to a Facebook user, Abuchi Onwumelu who shared these photos of the Nigerian army meeting with the crippled man who was assaulted by soldiers in Onitsha for wearing a camouflage, he was later compensated.
"NIGERIA ARMY VERSUS PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED (CRIPPLE), CHIJIOKE RAPHAEL URAKU
HAPPENING NOW AT 302 ARTILLERY REGIMENT/14 FIELD ENGINEER REGIMENT, ONITSHA: PHOTO CAPTION: THE NEW 302 COMMANDER, COL. IDONGESIT UKO AKPAN AND THE DEPUTY DIRECTOR PUBLIC RELATIONS (82 DIV), COL. SAGIR MUSA WITH THE ASSAULTED CRIPPLE, MR. CHIJIOKE RAPHAEL URAKU A NATIVE OF IKWO EBONYI STATE SHORTLY AFTER THE WORLD PRESS CONFERENCE. ABUCHI ONWUMELU OF FIDES NEWSPAPER, WHO COVERS THE EVENT, REPORTS THAT THE SOLDIERS WHO CARRIED OUT THE DASTARDLY ACT HAVE BEEN APPREHENDED AND SUBJECTED TO FACE DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS. CASH GIFT AND ASSORTED CLOTHES WERE PRESENTED TO THE VICTIM. NIGERIA ARMY CONDEMNED THE UNWHOLESOME ACT. ADDRESSING NEWSMEN ......" he wrote.