Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: STANDING OVATION To The Nigerian Army!

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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

STANDING OVATION To The Nigerian Army!

These men have families back home but look at them!!!
Many have died trying to effect a better Nigeria.......

These are the ones who deserve our applause ,prayers and praises!!!

Well done where ever you are ''Boys''


























42 comments:

  1. Well done guys! More Grace

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    1. Una Weldon. May Hod continue to protect you guys. Praying for my cousins daily. As a miltary man pikin i no d flow.

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    2. Well done guys.
      May God continue to bless and protect them and their families in Jesus Name,Amen.

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    3. In memory of my dear friend Abbas, who was killed by bokoharam while in service last year.

      May u continue to rest in d blossom of the lord.
      Amen.

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  2. God continue to bless and keep you all

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  3. They are the ones Stella. And if I may, I would like you to bring up their good deeds as often as you run into them. We never celebrate the good, only the bad. Yes, it's what they signed up for, but No one prays to go in the manner that these men and women protecting us go. There are bad eggs everywhere. Even within our respective families yet we pray for them. Thank you very much Stella. GOD Will celebrate you too.

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    1. Ohhhhhh yessss... I love the Nigerian Army officers.. I have few as good friends and anytime they are here in London for a course, I'm always happy to visit them with my family and friends because they fought the war in Liberia and Sierra Leone as very young officers then. I was home in November and saw the army officers at the airport in Abuja who were getting donations for the army just like they do overseas, I was so happy and donated 25,000 on the spot, I wonder why they and other passengers who were on the queue were shocked but I was so happy and if I had more, I would have given that day but I was already flying back

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    2. God bless all our military personnel!
      I salute them!
      They are heroes.

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  4. Good deed πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ». God bless our soldiers.

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  5. God bless all gallants soldiers out there.

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  6. I respect them so much. God bless and guide them.

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    1. I'm always proud of the Nigerian Army even while here in the UK.. so proud of them, and the beautiful thing is that they are highly loved all over the world because I remember once I was talking about Nigeria and a Liberian who was also in the gathering quickly chipped in, I love Nigerian Army, they saved my family in Monrovia,I had tears choke me up, I couldn't speak and severally I have had this happen when I meet other Africans at work or when I go to the salons, Ahhhhh those Sierraleonian and francophone ladies and men will fill my ears of how Nigerian troops liberated their villages. Amazing! All Salutes to the Nigerian handsome Army men.

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  7. God will continue to bless and keep them..I wish theirs something I can do to help them.

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  8. The pain is that these men are paid peanuts.
    And when they die in action, their widows see shege.
    I have one now that died in that October attack in Zamfara. The wife is yet to get the benefits for death in action, the kids are yet to get the promised scholarship. They are not supposed to struggle for these things.
    The only good thing for now is that they have not been pursued from the barracks.

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  9. We owe them our prayers and support for all the sacrifices. yes we know some of them are compromised but we still need them for the security and sovereignty of Nigeria.

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  10. Weldone our gallant soldiers.

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  11. Chai,this is emotional for me.May God bless and keep them all .Amen.

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  12. May the good Lord watch over, preserve, deliver, spare and defend them as they defend our territorial integrity. Kudos great Heroes, more grease to your guns.

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  13. May God preserve and bless them.

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  14. God bless our soldiers and their family 😍😍😍😍😍😍

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    1. Amen
      And may God touch the hearts of the men at the top
      To pay them what they deserve.

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  15. May God continue to guide and protect themπŸ™πŸ™

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  16. so am wandering the part of the forest leah sharibu is that she cant be rescued.

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    1. Since you've been wandering around sambisa, have u seen her?

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  17. Well done guys! May God continue to bless and protect you all!!

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  18. May the good Lord continue to protect them!!....πŸ‘ŒπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ🀝

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  19. God bless these guys. May God protect you and reward you richly.

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  20. God bless them and protect them with their respective families....In Jesus Mighty Name...πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―

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  21. God bless and continually strengthen them

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  22. Thanks Stella. My hubby served in maiduguri combating Boko Haram for four years. We weren't married then, he was a young soldier. He told me what his eyes saw is beyond comprehension but he made a vow to God that his blood will not spill in maiduguri and God did it. He's the best husband any woman can wish for, the mumu I was dating before him was a lazy only son with horrible sisters. My hubby is Godsent and his family are wonderful. I never believed I could end up with such blessings but God is faithful. No lady should ever give up, God normally reserves the last as the best

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  23. See how people are suffering and all our callous dealers are intrested in at the moment is an upward review (or downward review πŸ™„) of their remuneration.
    Wickedness runs in their veins.

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  24. Thank you stella for this.thank you for celebrating our men.And i also celebrate the ones who are gone too..its so sad to know some of my friends are widowed at a very young age..
    Its really hard on us (the family) cause we do not know what tomorrow has,we just keep believing and praying.I appreciate my dear husband today.God bless him and keep him for me

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    1. @19:38
      Amen
      And thanks to you and your husband (family) for your service to nation.
      May God bring him back to you alive and healthy, amen.

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  25. I pray God protect them and their families always. Amen

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  26. God bless our gallant soldiers and their families and may God continue to bless them as they continue to put the heathen scum of Boko Haram and the countless bandits and kidnappers to the sword

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  27. May God bless them, risking their lives for an often ungrateful populace.
    That said the government has to do a better job:
    1) incentivize the army like in America (free schooling including med school, engineering for army recruits, extra favorable home and vehicle loans).
    2) good support for wives/children when the men are at the front
    3) proper psychiatric evaluation before/during and after deployment
    4) the army chiefs/general/war strategist (whatever the proper term for them is) have to plan the battles properly, gather intelligence, give them proper arms, ensure squadron leaders are the best: do NOT send these young men as sitting ducks to be massacred by BH/ISWAP.

    There's a lot more to do but I can't type it all.

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  28. God bless Nigerian Army,the true heroes of our nation. God bless and protect their families. Much love guys

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  29. God bless and protect our gallant soldiers and their families

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