Remember Nigerian Soldier who lost his leg while fighting Boko Haram and he was neglected. (Photos)
By kefason | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 35317 views
It pains my heart when I saw this sad news of a Nigerian gallant Soldier identified as engineer Daniel Ndubuka Ekpo who lost his leg while fighting Boko Haram terrorists.
According to newsmen, he took to Facebook to accused Nigerian army for neglecting him after he lost his leg while fighting Boko Haram insurgents.
It was further disclosed that, he sent a prayer point to a virtual ministry on the military platform, asked the group to pray for Nigerian army officials in-charge of his treatment, so he can get proper treatment.
He wrote: "I am a Soldier among those that fight the menace of insurgency/Boko Haram at the North East. My tank ran into (IED) improvise explosive d. In the process my two legs was badly damaged and the left leg was amputated. I am still on the hospital but Nigerian army did not give me a proper treatment and I am really suffering. Please pray for the army authorities who are responsible for my treatment, so that I will properly treated."
Friends, our brother is suffering and he needs our prayers. The authorities neglected him but God will not forsaken him.
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