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God will reward your sacrifices – Ndume to wounded soldiers

Senator Ali Ndume, Chairman Senate Committee on Military, says God will reward Nigerian troopers for his or her gallantry.

Ndume (APC-Borno) spoke on the 7 Division Medical Companies and Hospital in Maiduguri.

The lawmaker stated his go to adopted allegations that wounded army personnel had been uncared for.

Ndume disclosed that he was knowledgeable people who required extra care have been evacuated to 44 Reference Hospital Kaduna.

“We now have the ethical responsibility to encourage our preventing troops and help them to execute the counter insurgency marketing campaign. I need to inform the sufferers and the officers that we’re all Nigerians, don’t be discouraged or demoralised.

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“This work you’re doing isn’t just a nationwide responsibility alone however it’s a Godly responsibility. God will reward you in your sacrifices. The committee and the Nationwide Meeting will proceed to face by you”, PRNigeria quoted him as saying.

Ndume counseled the GOC 7 Division, Maj.-Gen. Abdul Khalifa for his dedication and management.

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Cpl. Abubakar Bukar, hit throughout an insurgents’ ambush at Damboa Highway in December 2020, said that he was able to return to the battlefield.

Cpl. Kolawole Omosheye stated he and others had been attacked at Tunkushe on December 29, 2020.

“I’m feeling higher and within the subsequent two weeks, I will likely be going again. We thank God and the GOC who got here with reinforcement to repel the assault.”, he stated.

Pte. Saidu Dahiru recalled how terrorists focused his location in Damasak on December 23, 2020.

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“They attacked us with anti-aircraft gun vehicles. Throughout engagement, they fired mortar bombs and the fragment hit my again. It has been eliminated. I get higher and can proceed the battle,” he stated.

Ademola Felix recounted he was wounded when their autos went over an improvised explosive system.

Felix, whose colleagues died, vowed: “I’ll return to my base (at Gamboru Ngala) to hit them again.”

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