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Monday, 21 November 2016

Photos of another fallen hero

This soldier identified as Chukwuma, recently lost his life in a battle with Boko Haram members in the Northeast. His brother, Mbama-chris Franklyn Uzochukwu, took to his Facebook page to mourn him as he was laid to rest Sunday. Paying tribute to Chukwuma, he wrote:

"Still can't believe you are gone bro....You are indeed a hero, you fought for our dear nation and died in the process. Chukwuma may soul Rest in Peace. Amen!! ..Proud to have a brother like you, You fought for the peace of the nation may the Almighty God grant you everlasting peace as you are laid to rest today in Jesus name..Amen!!! Adieu Nwajimaka". 

27 comments:

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Anonymous said...

D-PinPointer Says: His life means nothing to the the Hausa/Fulani govt. First, he is not a colonel, and second, his name does not sound like Ibrahim or Mustapha. But for his brother and Linda Ikeji, who would have ever known that this guy existed, talkless of the fact that he died fighting for Nigeria. This is why I don't blame those who are calling for a peaceful break up of Nigeria. Hausas are exploiting and taking advantage of the other ethnic groups, and the only way to correct this is a referendum so that those who want to leave can leave. Zik advocated for one Nigeria because he was more interested in being the first president of a big country, not because he had the interest of his kinsmen at heart. Why didn't he remain in the north during the war, since he believed in one Nigeria? Why did he flew to Britain if he really cared? Yes, Ojuchukwu lost the war; but nobody is talking of war anymore. We are talking of referendum. The igbos, unlike the yorubas, do not like to live like second class citizens or speak from both sides of the mouth. Point of reference: prof. Wole Soyinka and TB Jushua.

Anonymous said...

D-PinPointer Says: His life means nothing to the the Hausa/Fulani govt. First, he is not a colonel, and second, his name does not sound like Ibrahim or Mustapha. But for his brother and Linda Ikeji, who would have ever known that this guy existed, talkless of the fact that he died fighting for Nigeria. This is why I don't blame those who are calling for a peaceful break up of Nigeria. Hausas are exploiting and taking advantage of the other ethnic groups, and the only way to correct this is a referendum so that those who want to leave can leave. Zik advocated for one Nigeria because he was more interested in being the first president of a big country, not because he had the interest of his kinsmen at heart. Why didn't he remain in the north during the war, since he believed in one Nigeria? Why did he flew to Britain if he really cared? Yes, Ojuchukwu lost the war; but nobody is talking of war anymore. We are talking of referendum. The igbos, unlike the yorubas, do not like to live like second class citizens or speak from both sides of the mouth. Point of reference: prof. Wole Soyinka and TB Jushua.

Anonymous said...

D-PinPointer Says: His life means nothing to the the Hausa/Fulani govt. First, he is not a colonel, and second, his name does not sound like Ibrahim or Mustapha. But for his brother and Linda Ikeji, who would have ever known that this guy existed, talkless of the fact that he died fighting for Nigeria. This is why I don't blame those who are calling for a peaceful break up of Nigeria. Hausas are exploiting and taking advantage of the other ethnic groups, and the only way to correct this is a referendum so that those who want to leave can leave. Zik advocated for one Nigeria because he was more interested in being the first president of a big country, not because he had the interest of his kinsmen at heart. Why didn't he remain in the north during the war, since he believed in one Nigeria? Why did he flew to Britain if he really cared? Yes, Ojuchukwu lost the war; but nobody is talking of war anymore. We are talking of referendum. The igbos, unlike the yorubas, do not like to live like second class citizens or speak from both sides of the mouth. Point of reference: prof. Wole Soyinka and TB Jushua.

FRESH said...

Linda Ikeji.This is exactly why hate comments on this blog should not be enabled. They only serve to divide this country more. Out there at Bottom frontlines, are sons & daughters of all shades of Nigerian families.Christians, Muslims, Hausa-Fulani, Igbo,Yoruba,Efik,Ibibio, Ebira, Tiv, Nupe et Al.

Tony Nworah said...

How long will these fanstics kill our soldiers over a warped ideology. There's no greater friend than a man who lays down his life for others. Chukwuma you have served your country and loved ones faithfully and gave your life in the process. We shall never forget your sacrifice. Rest in peace, our hero.

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Liuz Babz said...

RIP gallant soldier

livingstone chibuike said...

I feel terrible wenever I see hearbreakin news lik dis..Rip chucks

kunta said...

Gallant soldier..Rest on bro

Uju Phil said...

Quite sad Rip gallantly dear one.

tesh peters said...

So young. Rip hero

Juliet Iwuno said...

Eeeeeeeeyah! Nna, May his soul RIP. Linda take note!

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Jamila Shaibu said...

Rip

vinna saviour said...

May his soul rest in peace

Peculiar Ndukaife said...

RIP

Odibe Blessing said...

Eyahhh rip to him

Omotolani Kazeem said...

Oh my, see how cute he was, rest in peace bro

christie benjamin said...

RIP.

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Rest in peace

Vivian Reginalds said...

chai RIP
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Anonymous said...

Under our present COAS Buratai, more n more soldiers will die. Buratai is not a worthy leader

Anonymous said...

May the good Lord comfort his family and fill the gap his exit created in the family, Amen.

Eazzy Pompey said...

Na wa ooo. Is getting too much na. RIP

AGB said...

Thanks for this sensible post.

JAO said...

RIP soldier...

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