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Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Fallen Nigerian Soldier Uche Udeh Honored By Alumni Association

Uche Udeh, the young Nigerian soldier who was killed while serving in the North East of Nigeria was recently honoured by the Alumni Association of his Secondary School, Federal Government College, Enugu.




 Uche who enrolled in Military School after graduating from Federal Government College Enugu, later enlisted into the Nigerian Army in 2014. He was supposed to travel overseas for training in January 2018, before he died in November 2017.




The Alumni Association, which is made up of ex-students who live in different parts of the world united to give back to their Alma Mata and also support other charitable causes.

The young Uche was given all military burial honors, which was witnessed by His father. The Alumni Association also gave his father a cheque of N600,000 in honour of his son.




May his Soul Rest in Peace.




21 comments:

  1. Chai what an honour. Thank you FGC Enugu

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    1. What a shame. The guy just died for nothing. How can such a vibrant young man die for a country that doesn't give a hoot about him? More especially an Igbo boy. Shame on Nigeria.

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    2. Like seriously he died for nothing, he commit suicide for fulani slave master shame on him

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    3. This comment here is uncalled for and immature
      What do u mean he committed suicide?
      That's just uncalled for

      Pray for our troops out there and other old boys,cause we re much there

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  2. OMG. He is just a young man. RIP Uche. Eayah. Comfort to your families.

    It will never be well with bokoharams. The armies are saying one thing, bokos are saying another thing. Dont know who to believe again.

    Eayah i feel pains

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  3. Sad loss indeed.

    My uncle was drafted to North to fight @BH....Thank God he has been drafted again for training outside the country..It's not easy...I don't envy them soliders..But I dey chop their money wella..lol



    @ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

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  4. The North creates more troubles for everybody but contributes little or nothing for the good of us all. Talk about Boko Haram, illiteracy, endemic diseases, Almajiri pandemic, laziness etc. Little wonder our collective progress is being dragged backwards.

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  5. Kai this is sad. Uche your soul continue to rest in peace

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  6. May his soul and the souls of all other fallen heroes rest in perfect peace.

    Good one pro unitate!

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  7. RIP Uche... Such a vibrant and good looking guy. And they said Boko Haram has been defeated.

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  8. Rip man, my dad nd bro are in d military

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  9. Rest on scanty my brother. Till we meet again

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