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In Pictures: Nigeria Buries Fallen Soldiers

Published on July 26, 2013 by   ·   50 Comments

Bodies to their final resting place

Caps and Boots of the late soldiers

Committing the bodies to the mother earth

Committing the soldiers bodies to the mother earth

Sister to one of the late soldiers, TPR Kantoma Daniel

The bodies of the late soldiers to their final resting place.

Vice President Namadi Sambo(c), Minister of state defence, Olusola Obada(R) and Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Azubuike Ihejirika

Wife of one of the late soldiers with her kid

Tayo the net of kin to SSGT Keku Abebayo of the killed soldiers

The remains of fifteen soldiers who died during military operation against Boko Haram in northeast Nigeria and Mali between May and June, 2013, were buried Thursday at National Military Cemetery, in Abuja. Photos: by Femi Ipaye.

The bodies of the late soldiers to their final resting place.

The bodies of the late soldiers to their final resting place.

Vice President Namadi Sambo(c), Minister of state defence, Olusola Obada(R) and Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Azubuike Ihejirika

Vice President Namadi Sambo (c), Minister of State Defence, Olusola Obada (r) and Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika

 

Bodies to their final resting place

Bodies to their final resting place.

Caps and Boots of the late soldiers

Caps and boots of the late soldiers

Sister to one of the late soldiers, TPR Kantoma Daniel

Sister to one of the late soldiers, TPR Kantoma Daniel

Committing the soldiers bodies to the mother earth

Committing the soldiers bodies to the mother earth

Wife of one of the late soldiers with her kid

Wife of one of the late soldiers with her kid

Committing the bodies to the mother earth

Committing the bodies to the mother earth

Tayo the net of kin to SSGT Keku Abebayo of the killed soldiers

Tayo, the next of kin to SSGT Keku Abebayo,one of the killed soldiers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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50 Comments for “In Pictures: Nigeria Buries Fallen Soldiers”

  1. lukman there another mumu up their called anonymous he is saying the same is bcos there fathers are not among the soldiers that die that is why they are talking like that.

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