Metro 'May Their Souls Rest In Peace', FFK Reacts to 105 Missing Soldiers


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ProfRem

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Femi-Fani Kayode has reacted to the missing 105 soldiers of the 157 Battalion, including their commanding officer that came under intense attack from Boko Haram insurgents at Gudunbali, Borno State.

The former spokesperson of Goodluck Jonathan campaign organization tweeted:

"105 soldiers have gone missing whilst in action against Boko Haram. May their souls rest in peace. Is this the change that Buhari promised?".

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mrsam

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I don't want to believe this guy does not understand the difference between 'missing' and 'dead'.
 
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mrsam

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@Samguine - he knows what he is doing... looking for a reaction but he clearly believes that the men have been killed.
There is no concrete proof as to whether they have been killed, kidnapped or probably ran away from their duty posts. He should not have made such unnecessary statements. Not fair on the families of those concerned.
 
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LequteMan

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There is no concrete proof as to whether they have been killed, kidnapped or probably ran away from their duty posts. He should not have made such unnecessary statements. Not fair on the families of those concerned.
Fani-Kayode has a big mouth. Unfortunately he gaffes most times.
 
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