The counsel, while declining to give his name, expressed dismay over the refusal of the present military hierarchy to facilitate the reinstatement of his clients, and others in line with several court rulings in their favour.
He, however, said that he would still not persists in writing letters of appeal to relevant authorities to intervene and get justice for the forcefully retired officers.
"It is gratifying to note that the present Service Chiefs do not have an objection to the court ruling.
"Moreover, they were not behind the travails of my client and his colleagues.
"But our concern is the Minister of Defence. He has refused to act and do the needful.
"Nevertheless, we shall not relent in writing and exploring every possible avenue that will get justice for the retired senior army officers," he noted.
According to the counsel, his client (whose name he will not mention), and some of his colleagues are still committed to serving the Nigerian military and have even pledged to tackle criminal bandits terrorizing States in the North Central and West, together with the Federal Capital, if they are reinstated. (PRNigeria)