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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by MikkieEl: 6:01pm On Mar 09
nubiangod9:


It is called a swagger stick and was formerly used as a riding crop by military officers on horseback. It is now purely decorative and symbolic of authority. A swagger stick is a short stick or riding crop usually carried by a uniformed person as a symbol of authority.

angry
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Rugaria: 6:01pm On Mar 09
They always carry this their useless staffs all over the place, constituting nuisance to the public..
These ones must be the only army officers in the world that see very funny looking walking sticks as some kind of symbol of honor?

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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by MikkieEl: 6:02pm On Mar 09
nubiangod9:


It is called a swagger stick and was formerly used as a riding crop by military officers on horseback. It is now purely decorative and symbolic of authority. A swagger stick is a short stick or riding crop usually carried by a uniformed person as a symbol of authority.

angry angry
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Nobody: 6:03pm On Mar 09
Emu4life:
OKORO is painedgrin. Shey Abia no get Governor nicheesy
actually,senators, governor's etc in f east and south are their major problems. They will tell d people to bleme fg, since f south is pdp
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by tolguy(m): 6:06pm On Mar 09
ZKOSOSO:
See wetin Niger Delta Oil Money dey do for Northern Parasites..! See Behind office. See effizie...!

All these shall end soon....!
When the sun don set for one Nigeria folks
even before the oil discovery those parasites are doing better than you, keep blaming north for your miserable life. Uk will return a millions of dollars seized from ibori instead of you to hold your leaders responsible you're here spitting trash shame on you

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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by RoyalUc(m): 6:18pm On Mar 09
Enoch07:
nothing will still come out of this visit.

Pessimist!!!
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by KingAzubuike(f): 6:21pm On Mar 09
nubiangod9:


It is called a swagger stick and was formerly used as a riding crop by military officers on horseback. It is now purely decorative and symbolic of authority. A swagger stick is a short stick or riding crop usually carried by a uniformed person as a symbol of authority.
You're correct.

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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Liberty33: 6:39pm On Mar 09
After how many days that the attack took place?
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by VeeVeeMyLuv(m): 7:11pm On Mar 09
Perfectsouth:
why the walking stick? Dem get leg Injury ni?
because the working sticks is not ordinary. It is multipurpose
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Kharol1234: 7:17pm On Mar 09
Teaser4:
Please I want ask why em oga soldiers dey use walking stick... I don notice that teytey but don't know why... Shey na part of em uniform ni.. Using walking sticks like Mohit's DonJazzy
Them they the same cult na

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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by mechanics(m): 7:19pm On Mar 09
The officer with white hair should have retired o.
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Blackdisciple(m): 7:28pm On Mar 09
Fruitless visit ....
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by BigDawsNet: 7:40pm On Mar 09
ridwanlawal:

Which War was that?

Anglo-Zanzibar War of 1896 is generally considered to be the shortest war in history, lasting for a grand total of 38 minutes. T
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by BruncleZuma: 8:07pm On Mar 09
Teaser4:
Please I want ask why em oga soldiers dey use walking stick... I don notice that teytey but don't know why... Shey na part of em uniform ni.. Using walking sticks like Mohit's DonJazzy

It's a stool, they switched from using swagger sticks to walking sticks that open into a field stool. They sit on it when there are no chairs available.

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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Teaser4(m): 8:15pm On Mar 09
BruncleZuma:


It's a stool, they switched from using swagger sticks to walking sticks that open into a field stool. They sit on it when there are no chairs available.
oh, ok bro. Thanks
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by TotoGame(m): 8:35pm On Mar 09
is like this new CDS get grip ....looks like he's in charge


unlike Gen olanishakin (rtd)
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by mkoabiola: 1:53am On Mar 10
mechanics:
The officer with white hair should have retired o.
Hahahhaha

I don laugh tire.


Hahahhaha

He will nver retire

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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by 9jaTalks(m): 3:54am On Mar 10

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sB7HUb2bKUs join in the Fight against killing and terrorism
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Fantacy4(m): 6:48am On Mar 10
ZKOSOSO:
See wetin Niger Delta Oil Money dey do for Northern Parasites..! See Behind office. See effizie...!

All these shall end soon....!
When the sun don set for one Nigeria folks
no think am try visit Zamfara and c wonders e go shock you say Zamfara township better pass your state
the first day I entered Gusau ehn c mansions
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by mechanics(m): 8:07am On Mar 10
mkoabiola:

Hahahhaha

I don laugh tire.


Hahahhaha

He will nver retire
hahahaha.
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by hybridblood07(m): 10:45am On Mar 10
You're from there!! Too much OT
nubiangod9:


It is called a swagger stick and was formerly used as a riding crop by military officers on horseback. It is now purely decorative and symbolic of authority. A swagger stick is a short stick or riding crop usually carried by a uniformed person as a symbol of authority.
Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by hybridblood07(m): 10:47am On Mar 10
It's a symbol of Authority. Any swagger stick you see with a senior officer, it's a power of command from the HQ NA Or DHQ
Teaser4:
Please I want ask why em oga soldiers dey use walking stick... I don notice that teytey but don't know why... Shey na part of em uniform ni.. Using walking sticks like Mohit's DonJazzy

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Re: Service Chiefs Visit Gusau, Zamfara (Photos) by Miracle1991: 10:57am On Mar 10
Teaser4:
Please I want ask why em oga soldiers dey use walking stick... I don notice that teytey but don't know why... Shey na part of em uniform ni.. Using walking sticks like Mohit's DonJazzy
that is not a stick. That's a chair, it is use in a war front by the most senior officer.

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