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In pictures: Nigeria remembers its war heroes  print

Published on January 15, 2013 by   ·   1 Comment

Jonathan inspects the Guard of honour at Armed Forces Remembrance Day in Abuja

Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo with Ogun-state-govenror-Sen.-Ibikunle-Amosun-the-Deputy-Governor-Prince-Segun-Adesegun-and-the head of military and police in the state

Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta state, performs his own rites

Governor Adams Oshiomhole being decorated with the remembrance emblem

Jonathan inspects the Guard of honour at Armed Forces Remembrance Day in Abuja

Jonathan inspects the Guard of honour at Armed Forces Remembrance Day in Abuja

Chairman Nigerian Legion, Col Micha Gayya

Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo with Ogun-state-govenror-Sen.-Ibikunle-Amosun-the-Deputy-Governor-Prince-Segun-Adesegun-and-the head of military and police in the state

Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo with Ogun-state-govenror-Sen.-Ibikunle-Amosun-the-Deputy-Governor-Prince-Segun-Adesegun-and-the head of military and police in the state

deputy governor of  state of Osun, Mrs Laoye Tomori laying the wreath in Osogbo

deputy governor of state of Osun, Mrs Laoye Tomori laying the wreath in Osogbo

Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta state, performs his own rites

Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta state, performs his own rites

Governor Adams Oshiomhole being decorated with the remembrance emblem

Governor Adams Oshiomhole being decorated with the remembrance emblem

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1 Comment for “In pictures: Nigeria remembers its war heroes”

  1. IDOWU IFEDOYIN COMFORT (CALEB UNIVERSITY IMOTA, LAGOS)

    Nigeria army in history, the government has done a great thing by remembering the past war victims. Remembering the past heroes of Nigeria war victim is a good idea that will increase the interest of the young ones to serve their father land well. Its not an easy thing to get prepared for war, but these people not looking at their family member, aimed at protecting their country, they died as a good patriot of the country. According to the national anthem that says: Arise O Compatriot, Nigeria call Obey, To serve our father land with love and strength and faith, this people put in their powers, their efforts to obey the country’s anthem by fighting for freedom. I pray their souls rest in perfect peace, also the government should endeavor to always do this yearly in remembrances of ‘Our Past Heroes’

    IDOWU IFEDOYIN COMFORT
    CALEB UNIVERSITY IMOTA, LAGOS

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