Tears as Nigerian military buries 22 officers killed in Niger
No fewer than 22 military personnel who died in combat in Niger State are being laid to rest at the National Military Cemetery in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja.
The Daily Post recalls that the Defense Headquarters (DHQ) announced on August 14 the deaths of at least 36 officers who were killed in battle.
The officers’ helicopter was shot down by some insurgents in the Zungeru area of Niger State.
The troops were deployed to Kundu village in Wushishi Local Government Area after bandits terrorized the area recently.
Some of the deceased officers had already been buried by their various families, with the remaining 22 being interred on Friday.
The Minister of State for Defense, Bello Matawalle, the Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Christopher Gwabin Musa, and other service chiefs are currently at the cemetery.
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