- A Nigerian soldier has been massively praised on Twitter after he revealed how proud he is to be in the military
- People thanked him for his selfless service to the nation, adding that he will not fail in his endeavours
- The soldier said he is bold as a lion and likened his calmness to that of a dove
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A Nigerian soldier the Twitter handle @Major_Ugulu has taken to Twitter to make some self-proclamation about his pride in the country.
In a post on the bird app on Wednesday, March 10, the man said though he is gentle as a dove, his boldness could be likened to that of a lion.
Going further, he revealed he is a breed of both the east and south and a true son of the country. Many people have since commended his patriotism in defending the country with his military service.
There were tweeps who also prayed that God will continue to protect him in his mission to keep protecting the citizens.
See his post below:
As of the time of writing this report, his tweet has gathered hundreds of comments from people on social media.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"God’s protection always boss."
"Thank you very much for your service."
"Good to go.... God's protection and victory with you always."
"You're saluted. Thank you for your service Major Ugulu. God bless you and your men."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that another Nigerian soldier celebrated his birthday in a very humble way that shows that all that matters is life and not the pomp and fare.
In a post on Thursday, January 21, Eneh asked Nigerians to say a prayer for him. He added that all his life he has never had the chance to cut a cake on his birthday.
He added that despite the fact that he would love to have one now, he still cannot afford it. To show that he is very happy to see another new year, the hardworking soldiers said that cake and bread are made from the same flour.
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Source: Yen Newspaper