Nigerian Soldier On Battlefield To Wife: Take Heart If I Don’t Come Back

nigerian soldier on battlefield

Nigerian Soldier On Battlefield To Wife: Take Heart If I Don’t Come Back

A worker with Doctors Without Borders just brought home a scary letter from the battle field.

Sadiq Muktar who was among the 260 care workers sent home by the international organization few days ago dropped the letter below for the wife of a soldier currently on the battlefield in Borno state.

Even though the soldier professed love for his wife by writing her name with bullets, he told her to take heart if he doesn’t come back.

See the touching message below:

“The indications are very strong, I may not be able to write you again, I feel impelled to write this lines that may fall under your eye when I shall be no more.

With full of pleasure and sadness, it may be one of my severe conflict and deadly to us. Not my will, but thine O God, be done. If it is necessary that I should fall on the battlefield for my country, I am ready. I have no misgivings about, or lack of confidence in, the cause in which I am engaged, and my courage does not halt or falter.

I know how strongly you are, please always put me in your prayers, we shall met again. yours your one and only.#Istandwiththemilitary”.

Look at his sleepy face.

nigerian soldier fighting boko haram

These courageous men are really trying. May God bless all of them.

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7 thoughts on “Nigerian Soldier On Battlefield To Wife: Take Heart If I Don’t Come Back

  1. Felt lik crying …………it well wit dis country Nigeria… N by God grace u will go n cum back to meet ur family….. God b ur protector

  2. Nigeria is terrible country, hero like this gets nothing from this country; underpaid and poorly equipped to carry out their duties. Looking at the picture, you can see that he cannot achieve anything with that little round of ammunition. What a pity!

  3. That’s a soldiers talk and nothing wrong with it, in fact, every human being suppose to see every moment as the last because anything can happen in the next second…..however, the sad thing about these guys is they are dying unnecessarily,the government are wasting them intentionally, either by not properly equipping them or using the same Boko haram to eliminate those they don’t want because of their regional origin.

    A country in a war with herself, then how are we one?

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