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So Creative! See What Nigerian Soldier Did With His Bullets (Photos)

070403-N-6901L-011 Maradi, Niger (April 3, 2007) - Nigerian soldiers from the 322nd Parachute Regiment line up in formation before participating in target practice facilitated by U.S. Army soldiers during Operation Flintlock 2007. The primary focus of Operation Flintlock is to provide an interactive exchange of military, linguistic and intercultural skills for both nations. U.S. Special Operations Forces depend on the ability to interface with foreign military forces in which this training is meant to enhance. The training will also help Niger to respond to threats within and across their borders to maintain security and stability. This event is part of an ongoing and long standing military-to-military relationship that the U.S. enjoys with Niger, and part of the U.S. State Department's Trans-Sahara Counterterrorism Partnership (TSCTP). U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Michael Larson. (RELEASED)
Bullets signify objects of destruction and death in the human society but a creative Nigerian soldier has used his to convey a romantic message.
A young soldier serving in Maiduguri, Borno State recently used his bullets to send words of love to his parents.
 
The unnamed soldier creatively arranged his bullets to convey his heart-felt messages to his family as he battles the Boko Haram sect with uncertainties about his survival.
“Love My Mum, Love U Dad, Miss Home” his messages read as he pictured them on his military camouflage.
“It is very touching. May God continue to protect u boy.” an emotional social media user said.
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