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See The Message Military Man Sent To Fellow Soldiers Regarding #Endsars Protesters

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A military man with the Twitter handle @DaFreshDeltaBoi, has begged his colleagues to allow #EndSARS protesters continue their demonstration without harassing or attacking them.

The young soldier who said the protesters are fighting for them, advised his colleagues not to shoot or hurt any of the young men or women protesting.

According to him, they need to obey their constitutional rights as the reform they are fighting for will favor Nigerian soldiers.

He tweeted;

“Please my honourable military colleagues, I want to beg us all not to have a hand in away beat, shoot or hurt any protester for any reason, because; Na them go fight for us ohh!! They are the ones the will loud our pains and cry to the Government!! #SideWithNigeria

“Remember that member of your family can could be among them ohh!! If you living inside a glass house, don’t throw stone. If there’s market at your backyard, don’t throw stone because the stone fit hit your relation wey go market ohh.

“Please, let’s remember that, we have 3laws guiding us as soldiers. If we can’t join them to protest as our job ethics prohibits, obey their constitutional rights as the right they are fighting for will favor us”.

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