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|Share Your Good Experiences With Nigerian Soldiers by ShobayoEmma(m): 5:47pm On Apr 10|
We may have some bad elements in the Nigerian army but your encounter with the good ones among them will change your mentality about them for good.
Saying the bad ones are more than the good ones will be pure hyperbole as many of the good ones are in many locations currently laying down their lives for us.
My good experience with them was when I was serving. Anytime we tend to go out with our NYSC cap, it was always a free ride as long as it was an army vehicle that's passing by. This always saved us transport fee to some extent.
This might not be much but it certainly count for much.
Share yours to thank them for placing our lives before theirs.
|Re: Share Your Good Experiences With Nigerian Soldiers by illicit(m): 5:48pm On Apr 10|
|Re: Share Your Good Experiences With Nigerian Soldiers by SanctifiedSista(f): 8:38pm On Apr 10|
The good experience I had was when they cleared the road on Badagry expressway after being stuck in crazy traffic
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|Re: Share Your Good Experiences With Nigerian Soldiers by providencia(m): 10:06pm On Apr 10|
Are you kidding me? Good experience from those who address the citizenry as bloody civilians. Joker
|Re: Share Your Good Experiences With Nigerian Soldiers by Charmingrascal(m): 5:55pm On Apr 11|
The only time I had any experience with a soldier was when I was at NYSC orientation camp and my platoon instructor was so nice and kind.
He was the first Soldier that I have seen that doesn't have the habit of smoking and drinking.
Throughout the camp he wasn't found at mammy market, he was so passionate about his duty to us. He wanted our platoon to always be victorious in every competition.
His name is Otula (the only one I remember)
He is a Yoruba guy
Then there was this Babale, a short stubborn soldier that was always blowing whistle around the camp.
He communicated with whistle and he was nice too.
|Re: Share Your Good Experiences With Nigerian Soldiers by Chidexter(m): 6:09pm On Apr 11|
I did know my late Dad used his military status to save a petty thief who was about to be burnt to death though
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