Armed Forces Memorial Day Highlight 2022: 15th January in Nigerian History – Statement

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Every year on January 15, Nigerian military gather to commemorate Armed Forces Remembrance Day.

They sacrifice their lives for the nation on a day dedicated to celebrating military heroes for the Nigerian Armed Forces.

January 15 Armed Forces Remembrance Day na also to celebrate the military pipo wey dey war front for various places to protect the nation.

Old soybeans from World War I, World War II and the Nigerian Civil War are also honored on this day.

Nigeria is a former British colony and celebrates Remembrance Day on November 11 along with other parts of the world as Poppy Day to honor the end of World War I.

But when the Gommen achieved victory against Biafran troops on January 15, 1970, they pushed the holiday off the Commonwealth of Nations calendar.

So I am switched to January 15th to remember the conclusion of the civil war in Nigeria, which we want to rupture at the unity of Nigeria.

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Bundeswehr Memorial Day 2022

January 15, 1966 – How the coup for Nigeria begins

When the 1966 Nigerian coup began on January 15, 1966, some Nigerian rebel soldiers led by Chukwuma Nzeogwu and Emmanuel Ifeajuna killed 22 Pipo.

Di Pipo Dem Kill includes Di Den Prime Minister of Nigeria, many senior politicians, many senior army officers, and dia women and guards who are fulfilling their duty of protection.

Di Pipo arranged a coup bin attack on Kaduna, Ibadan and Lagos and also blockaded the Niger and Benue rivers within a space of two days before the authorities later captured them.

At the time, General Officer for Command of the Nigerian Army Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi was forced to take control of the government of a country where Gbege dey was bursting and he paused democracy for the time.

Many believe that soldiers from the east will orchestrate a coup for Aguiyi-Ironsi to become Nigeria’s head of state.

And for the sake of this, the Northern Nigerian Army members are doing their backs and this is leading to the deaths of many innocent Igbo soldiers and civilians due to Nigeria’s civil war.

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President Muhammadu Buhari laid a wreath to honor Nigeria’s fallen heroes

Bundeswehr Memorial Day 2022

On the Day of Commemoration of Nigeria’s Fallen Heroes in 2022, President Muhammadu Buhari bin led the wreath-laying ceremony and inspected the Presidential Parade for the National Arcade in Abuja.

Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, Speaker of the House, Femi Gbajabiamila, Chief Justice of Nigeria, Judge Tanko Muhammad, Chief of Defense Staff, General Lucky Irabor and Service Chiefs, and oda ogbonge pip[obindeytheretomarkthiseventandshowrespecttoallNigerianheroes[obindeytheretomarkdieventandpayrespecttoalldiNigerianhero[obindeythereumdiesesEreigniszumarkierenundallennigerianischenHeldenRespektzuzollen[obindeytheretomarkdieventandpayrespecttoalldiNigerianheroes

The governors of all 36 states of Nigeria also wear bodies to celebrate all di Kontri heroes, those who do not die and those who are still alive.

See photos from the 2022 memorial service

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How this photo comes from, Facebook/Yemi Osinbajo

How this photo comes from, Facebook/Yemi Osinbajo

How this photo comes from, Facebook/Yemi Osinbajo

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