I Left Home at 18, Don't Know When to See My Family Again - Nigerian Soldier Pens Emotional Note

Sunday, October 09, 2016

A Nigerian soldier has narrated how he left his home at 18-years-old to serve his fatherland, learnt to kill his enemies and don't know when he'll see his family again.



Henry Edobor being decorated

A brave Nigerian soldier Henry Edobor, in a touching piece on social media, has reaffirmed his love for Nigeria despite the unfavorable conditions. He narrated how he left his home since he was 18-years-old and don't know when he'll see his family again.

Read his emotional piece and some photos below;







"I left home @18. I learned how to kill another human being. Before i learned how to pay my taxes. I learned how to care about someone else life more than my own life, i have friends in death zone . yeah!! Some of my friends in death zone,Haven't come back.

"I don't get Enough sleep most night. I fight for people that like me and people that hate me,I don't get paid much. I don't know when i will see my family. I don't know when next i might go home. I don't know much really...!!! But I know one thing for sure.
I have over 100,000. 00 brothers and sisters out there, and they make it all worth it...!!! Just missing all my course mates out there...!!! Both the falling heroes and the ones. That are still alive and in service...!!! I LOVE U all. NIGERIA MILITARY GET MORE UNITED AND KEEP THE CANDLE OF ONE BODY BURNING."



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