The high level of killings in Nigeria these days is really becoming too much and alarming.
As many Nigerians would remember, few weeks ago, twelve Nigerian Soldiers were reportedly killed by bandits markudi.
Just this evening, we received a fresh report that these twelve Nigerian Soldiers that was killed by bandits has finally been buried.
According to a recent report that was made by the channels television, they took to their Twitter page and shared pictures of how the twelve Nigerian Soldiers Killed By Bandits were buried.
In this article, I will be sharing pictures of how the twelve Nigerian Soldiers Killed By Bandits were buried.
Check out pictures below:
from the pictures that was shared above, you will clearly see family's of the dead soldiers being lined up for the burial funeral.
What a tragedy.
May the souls of these twelve Soldiers who were killed by bandits continue to be resting in peace, AMEN.
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