- Lt Col AA Adekuoroye has made the children of the community he was deployed to happy with his resources
- The soldier donated some well-built chairs and tables to the kids so they have something durable to sit and write on
- Adekuoroye appreciated the community for the amiable spirit they have shown him so far to aid his work
A Nigerian soldier, Lt Col AA Adekuoroye, has given much joy to some children as he aided them in school. He once served in Sambisa.
A message exclusively obtained by Legit.ng revealed that the colonel was deployed to Adamawa state to combat terrorism. Aside from selflessly serving the country, the man builds chairs and tables for the students of Foundation Nursery and Primary School in Kuzum, Bazza Town, Michika.
He thanked God
The soldier gave God the glory for the grace to carry out the project. He also appreciated the support from colleagues and the hospitality he got from the community he was deployed to.
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In some of the photos he shared, Adekuoroye and other soldiers could be seen in the presence of the kids.
One of the pictures has him addressing the students who sat attentively listening to the commander talk.
A female soldier outmatched her colleagues
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the video of a female soldier in a competition with her male colleagues at a gun-arrangement competition stirred massive reactions from social media users.
In the short clip shared on Instagram, the soldiers stood backing decoupled rifles as a man behind the camera acted as their umpire.
After the referee declared the game open, they turned and set down to work. The lady arranged every piece in a fast and assured way.
When she got done in seconds, she announced it and stood up, leaving the men to struggle with the task.
Nigerian soldier honoured in America
In other news, a young man, Farid Adeite, who is serving in the US Army was honoured by the force for his meritorious service by conferring on him the achievement medal.
In a post shared by a family member, Adekunle Adeite, the soldier could be seen holding the certificate of honour as the medal is pinned to his uniform's lapel.