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Saturday, 10 June 2017

Photos: Soldiers in Ikorodu engage in community service, clear blocked drainage systems and refurbish roads in their environment


Today, soldiers of the 174 Battalion of the Nigerian Army in Ikorodu, Lagos state, embarked on community service at Odogunyan bus stop in Ikorodu.

The soldiers cleared the congested gutter in the area as well as filled up bad portions of the road.
According to the Commanding Officer, 174 Battalion Ikorodu, Lt Col. Benedict Ezeh, they decided to contribute their own quota to the development of their community as the bad portions of the road causes serious traffic and accidents in the area.

Lt. Col. Ezeh added that the Oba of Ikorodu assisted them financially in carrying out the repairs on the road.

More photos below...









Photo credit: Sumner Shagari Sambo

19 comments:

AMIJEZ said...

Ndi army,una weldoneooo.

AMIJEZ said...

Ndi army,una weldoneooo.

Julius Tha Freshboi said...

Nice one! As we no kuku get government nko?

Amos Mohammed said...

Wow they tried .that road is full of Human dumps.Yoruba with shortput is like blind man with walking stick.

Manuel Kunmi said...

Bravo bravo 👏👏👏

Emmanuel Okoli said...

Kudos to Nigerian army

RDS GRAPHIX said...

God bless you all.

jumong said...

Another yoruba man go still throw dirt inside dat same ditch

Sarah Alozie said...

Apart from fighting Boko Haram, this the second thing they're doing I admire.good work

Prince lexton said...

Always proud of Nigerian Army

Obi said...

Wonderful

Beauty Raymond said...

Really nice of them

Anonymous said...

if dem born ur mama well drop pure water bag for dat place

Babe said...

Army ppl ndalu, nagode, eku use o

Anonymous said...

Nonsense! Dirty work

Vivian Reginalds said...

kai they shdnt do this kind of dirty community service abeg they already have a lot on their plate!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

Barefooted soldiers doing community service. This can only happen in Nigeria. What happens to rubber boots and hand gloves? They should be better prepared next time and save us this embarrassment!

Anonymous said...

Barefooted soldiers doing community service. This can only happen in Nigeria. What happens to rubber boots and hand gloves? They should be better prepared next time and save us this embarrassment!

Anonymous said...

Why are they barefoot? Who does that? Eze give these boys boots sharply...whats your problem

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