God will continue to bless our gallant Nigerian Soldiers, they have continued to protect Nigeria almost in every war against terrorists and bandits that have disrupted our various Nigerian communities. These men have families at home who still delight in seeing them. As of the time of writing this post, the worst threat for the Nigerian army is an Islamic terrorist organization, popularly known as Boko Haram, in the north-east of the country.
Boko Haram has been raging in Nigeria for many years now, practically killing people from all walks of life. The bad state that the Nigerian army is currently in has been decried by some Nigerian soldiers. It entails being underfunded and under fitted. There is nothing more tragic than the killing of a soldier a few months before, or after, his marriage. There have been several young ladies converted into overnight widows. As a woman, if you don’t want to be a window overnight, I would kindly advise you not to marry these categories of soldiers.
- Soldiers deployed to Maiduguri: The battleground for the Nigerian soldiers and the terrorist group, Boko Haram, is Maiduguri. In Maiduguri, a soldier is more likely to be killed than in any other state in Nigeria. If your spouse is deployed to Maiduguri, you just need to be prayerful, because his life depends on prayer, and if you don’t get married, you can only hope that he will come back safely.
Battle-loving soldiers: These kinds of soldiers love to fight so much that if you give them a broomstick as a shield, they’re still going to match Sambisa in front and fight Boko Haram. These soldiers aren’t hard to know, they’re always excited about going to war, any time they talk about battle, even to little kids. If you’re asked out by this kind of soldier, you’re left to determine your fate, my sister. Often these kinds of soldiers convince their superiors to send them to battle, a very risky move.
If our soldiers are well trained and well paid, then they are likely to win battles easily. And we’re not going to be tracking mammoth deaths as we’ve seen in the Nigerian army today. Each soldier from Nigeria has the right to live.
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