- Ayshatu Jibo, a Nigerian sniper in the United States Army, has been urged to come home and defend her fatherland
- A Twitter user is calling on the young lady to render her service to Nigeria instead of serving a foreign land
- Ayshatu is one of many Nigerians making the country proud abroad in their various fields of endeavour
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @oluspicyinspire is calling for the return of a compatriot from Kano who works as a sniper in the United States Army.
According to a tweet by @oluspicyinspire shared by @Gidi_Traffic, Nigerians want Ayshatu Jibo to return home and defend Nigeria instead of being in the US Army.
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
A Twitter user with the handle @daemperor007 asked Nigerians to leave the young lady alone and allow her to continue her job in the United States Army.
@daemperor007 wrote: "You will not let the babe continue her work jejely in the National Guard.
"Even if your village people are doing advanced course on you, you won't leave your post defending New York City to come and enter one compromised jungle.
"I just wish our govt valued our soldier's lives more."
Below are other comments:
It should be noted that there are many Nigerians in the United States Armed Forces doing well and making the country proud.
One of them is Ruth Inomina who has just been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps (USMC).
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Canadian-based Nigerian man identified as Kelechi Madu was appointed minister of justice and solicitor general of the Province of Alberta in Canada.
Madu took to his LinkedIn page to reflect on his new appointment and vowed to ensure that everyone in Alberta has access to equal justice.
He said his legal work has always been informed by the fundamental belief that everyone deserves equal access to justice, adding that this will never change.
Madu said he cherishes the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which says: “Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination.”
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