Senator Shehu Sani Pays Tribute to Fallen Military Officers Who Foiled Attack on Nigerian Law School

Senator Shehu Sani Pays Tribute to Fallen Military Officers Who Foiled Attack on Nigerian Law School

…By for TDPel Media.

Former Kaduna Central lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani, took a moment to honor the memory of military officers who lost their lives during an attempted attack on the Nigerian Law School in Bwari, Abuja.

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The fallen officers, including Captain Samuel Attah and Lt Col Suleiman, belonged to the 7 Brigade of Guards in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

They bravely responded to a distress call from the Law School in 2022 but tragically fell victim to an ambush by terrorists.

Remembering Their Sacrifice:

In a heartfelt message shared on his Twitter page, Senator Shehu Sani urged Nigerians to pause and reflect on the courage and selflessness displayed by these late military officers.

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They fearlessly faced the danger posed by the terrorists to protect the lives of others at the Nigerian Law School.

Their dedication and sacrifice deserve recognition and appreciation from the nation.

Prayer for Peace:

Senator Shehu Sani concluded his tribute with a prayer for the souls of the fallen officers.

He asked for their eternal rest and comfort for their families and loved ones left behind.

As the one-year remembrance of their sacrifice takes place, the nation mourns their loss and honors their memory.

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Conclusion:

The bravery and sacrifice of Captain Samuel Attah, Lt Col Suleiman, and the other military officers from the 7 Brigade of Guards will be forever remembered.

Their willingness to put themselves in harm’s way to protect others at the Nigerian Law School exemplifies the dedication and commitment of the Nigerian Armed Forces.

As the nation pays its respects on this solemn occasion, it stands united in honoring these fallen heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country.

May they rest in peace.

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