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Nigeria remember her fallen heroes - Justice forum writes

NIGERIA REMEMBERS YOU...

I will be the last person not to acknowledge you on this day..

Today is January 15, Armed Forces Remembrance Day...

A day set aside to remember the sacrifice, and the utmost price you paid...

To all our fallen heroes.....

To all that have worn the Tunic, Khaki, and fatigue...

To all that have fought to defend the sovereignty of this country...

To all that fought for one Nigeria...
For the unity of this country.....

To those that have paid dearly for choosing such a profession...

To all those that have left their loved ones miserable...

To all our fallen gallant men...

To all rank and file of the Nigeran Military who had died in the line of duty...

Today Nigeria remembers you...

I remember you...

I remain loyal...

Keep soldering on...

Signed: Justice Forum Int'l

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