Big Brother Naija Lockdown: Biography of Dorathy Bachor aka Dora the Explora

Complete Bio of Dorathy BBNaija 2020 lockdown housemate, where we take a view of the Biography of Big Brother Naija housemates based on popular searches from our esteemed readers.

Dorathy is one of the contestants who put in for the season 5 of the Big Brother Naija 2020 reality show. In this Article, I will be revealing the important details about Dorathy BBN 2020 lockdown housemate.

This article is written about Dorathy BBNaija housemate of the season 5 show in 2020, which contains the complete profile of the lockdown housemate,  Dorathy’s real name, age, relationship status, and educational background.

Dorathy Bachor aka Doratheexplora is a female Big Brother Naija (Lockdown) Housemate born on September 4, 1996 in the city of Lagos Nigeria. She is a nationality of Nigeria and aged 24 years old.

Dorathy Bachor is a 24-year-old Nigerian from Delta State but lives in Lagos. She is the founder and CEO of Shopforme, an online ecommerce store that distributes feminine wears across the globe.

Dorathy Bachor Full Biography, Big Brother Naija Season 5 Housemate
In her introductory video, she accepted that she likes food and would not mind sleeping for long hours.

Not much is know about her education and parents but she is known for being passionate and happy at all times.

Dorathy believes she is the only one who should make you smile with an interest in becoming a reality star, which was the motive for making it to the Big Brother Nigeria reality TV show in season 5 of the 2020 lockdown edition.

Profile of Dorathy Big Brother Housemate 2020

This is a complete profile of Dorathy BBNaija Housemate, which contains his real name, age, state of origin, Hobbies, and Occupation

  • Dorathy’s Full Name: Dorathy Bachor
  • Dorathy’s Age: Dorathy is 24 years old at 2020
  • State of Origin: Lagos/Delta State, Nigeria
  • Dorathy’s Occupation: Entrepreneur
  • Dorathy’s Gender: Female
  • Hobbies: Dora loves listening to music
Dorathy BBNaija Video for 2020 Lockdown Season 5 (Lifestyle & Biography)

Dorathy’s Facts Interviewed in BBNaija Lockdown

What new habit or skill did you acquire during lockdown? I can sleep for more than four hours. I also discovered the ability to adjust to a new environment quickly.

What are your words to live by? Never let anyone see that they get to you.

What’s your biggest achievement? SHOPFORME – the biggest procurement company in Nigeria … Amen.

Gbajabiamila declares Pondei won't face panel again, reveals why NDDC MD slumped

- This is the decision of the speaker of the House, Femi Gbajabiamila, on Monday, July 20

- Gbajabiamila said that the panel can use the documents submitted by Pondei to carry out their investigations

- The acting MD of the NDDC, Kemebradikumo Pondei, will not be required to appear before the House of Representatives' panel probing him

- This is the decision of the speaker of the House, Femi Gbajabiamila, on Monday, July 20

- Gbajabiamila said that the panel can use the documents submitted by Pondei to carry out their investigations

The speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has given a final order on the probe involving Kemebradikumo Pondei, the acting managing director of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

Following the tragic fate Pondei suffered while he was being interrogated by the House committee of the NDDC, Gbajabiamila stated that the commission's acting boss will not be brought before the panel again, The Nation reports.

The speaker said that the committee can use the documents presented by Pondei on Monday, July 20, to carry out its investigation and all other necessary actions.

Gbajabiamila admitted that the venue for the probe is poorly ventilated and therefore apologised to all members of the committee and lawmakers.

He said: "I have been here barely five minutes and I am already sweating profusely. So, I do understand and apologise to everybody here for the poorly conducive atmosphere.

“Because of these conditions in this hall, we don’t need to hear further from the acting MD because he has already submitted his written report. I think you can use the documents to do the work that needs to be done."

Pondei was cross-questioned by members of the House Committee on the NDDC over allegations of financial corruption to the tune of N40 billion.

he NDDC boss was quickly rushed to the hospital while the hearing went on a recess.

Before this, the House of Representatives committee on the NDDC was on Thursday, July 16, shunned by Pondei.

The NDDC boss who was supposed to appear before lawmakers of the lower legislative body walked out on them.


(Solved) AdSense just got my website approved but ads are not displaying

There is a little time frame between getting an approved Google Adsense account and actually seeing an ‘active’ status on the Google Adsense Code. I will explain.

Wait, be patient, do not panic, relax and go take a cup of coffee, cross your leg and smile wide, open your teeth, and let the sparkling sunbeam through it.

You know why?

It takes between 3–24 hours for your Google Adsense Ads to start showing. I was once there, I panicked even more than you, I was restless, then peace and joy came when I started seeing the Ads showing on my blog.

However, there are a few things you need to check for;

As you have stated that you were recently approved for the Google Adsense program, it may naturally take between 3–24 hours before you start seeing Ads. Google has improved a lot since that time you asked this question and trusts me, It may even take less than that.

But the best way for you to know is you need to create an Ad code, give it a name from your Google Adsense dashboard. Then check it after a few minutes to an hour to see the status.

The status of the created Adsense Ad code will change from ‘Not Active’ to ‘Active’. Once you see this ‘active’ status, it means it should start showing automatically and immediately on your website/blog.

However, if it is not yet showing on your blog/website, you will need to clear the cookies and history of your browser, restart your browser and check again.

If it is not showing, it is likely due to the fact that you did not place it correctly in the BlogSpot settings or WordPress settings correctly. I mean, you should copy and paste the Ad code between the opening header and closing header. This works very well for both Blogger and even WordPress.
If you are still encountering a problem and the Adsense Ads is not showing, talk to me.


Most appropriate answer below

Even when your Adsense account got approved, the ads might not show for one of the following reasons:

Your Adsense account was disapproved previously
If your account was disapproved previously, the Google’s server might take up to 48 hours to trigger ads on your web properties. So, do not panic, wait for 48 hours. You should be fine.

Excessive Div tags or nested frames
Do not have your ad code placed inside several DIVs (like <div><div><div><div><div><div>your code</div></div></div></div></div>. Or iframes, do not place the code in iframes. Check it.

Wrongly implemented code
Check your codes to verify they are added properly. They should be complete and with proper HTML tags

Ad Blockers or browser issue
Make sure you are not using any Ad Blocker, if you are using one, make sure it’s disabled. Sometimes, even your browser can have the issues because of an excessive number of extensions being used. Try a different browser or the private browsing mode to check.

Javascript support
Check your browser to verify if you have Javascript enabled. Sometimes, you might turn it off accidentally.

Hosted Adsense Account
When you have a hosted Adsense account and you implement the code on your site for showing ads, it won’t work. Hosted Adsense accounts cannot show regular ads on a site.
Did I miss anything? Will add if I get to recall.


Identity of the killer of late flying officer Tolulope Arotile revealed

The Nigerian Air Force on Sunday revealed the identity of the killer of the late Flying Officer Tolulope Arotile.

NAF Director of Public Relations and Information, Ibikunle Daramola, made this known at a just ended briefing in Abuja.

Daramola gave the name of Arotile’s ex-classmate who drove the vehicle that hit Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot as “Mr Nehemiah Adejoh”.

The NAF spokesperson also said the matter would be handed over to the Nigeria Police Force being a civil case.

He said the details of the 24-year-old pilot have been communicated to her family who is still mourning their daughter and sister.

Giving a report of a preliminary investigation carried out, the NAF spokesperson said the late Arotile met three of her former schoolmates at the Air Force Secondary School now Air Force Comprehensive School) Kaduna on the day of the unfortunate incident.

He said, “Mr Nehemiah Adejoh, Mr Igbekele Folorunsho and Mr Festus Gbayegun, drove past her in a Kia Sorento SUV, with Registration Number AZ 478 MKA. It is noteworthy that Messrs Adejoh, Folorunsho and Gbayegun are all civilians who live outside NAF Base Kaduna, but were on their way to visit one Mrs Chioma Ugwu, wife of Squadron Leader Chukwuemeka Ugwu, who lives at Ekagbo Quarters on the Base.

“Upon recognising their schoolmate, Arotile, after passing her, Mr Adejoh, who was driving, reversed the vehicle, ostensibly in an attempt to quickly meet up with the Deceased, who was walking in the opposite direction. In the process, the vehicle struck Flying Officer Arotile from the rear, knocking her down with significant force and causing her to hit her head on the pavement. The vehicle then ran over parts of her body as it veered off the road beyond the kerb and onto the pavement, causing her further injuries.”

Daramola said Arotile was rushed to NAF hospital in the base but was confirmed dead at 04:45pm.

He explained that the three ex-classmates were immediately detained and subjected to alcohol test but no such substance was found in their systems.

It was however discovered that the driver of the vehicle, Mr Nehemiah Adejo, did not have a valid driver’s license.

“Being a civil case, the matter will be handed over to the Nigeria Police with a view to further investigating and charging the suspects to court in accordance with extant laws,” he added.

Hushpuppi Bought Food On Credit & Washed Cars In Lagos Slum - Oworonshoki

Nobody saw a billionaire in Hushpuppi some 15 years ago when he roamed the dusty streets of Oworonshoki, Lagos, looking to wash cars for a paltry N100, and later returning to a food joint where he had beans and bread on credit.

In a philosophical reflection, using himself as a case study, he touched on how a child could feel rejected because of his poor background in his widely circulated 2017 “Letter to the Ghetto Kid”. It was about the same year Hushpuppi became a household name, as he had started using his social media page to flaunt his wealth.

With a sense of pride, Ramon Abass, whose dad drove a taxi and mum sold bread by the roadside in Oworonshoki, would say he represents “every underprivileged kid of the world and especially of Nigeria and of Lagos and of Bariga and of Oworonshoki — where a landlord had chased me and my family out of a rented room.”

Of course, now sounding like someone who has made it in life, he concluded by advising that “dejected kid” not to give up, just like he never did.
Entering stardom, Hushpuppi claimed to be into real estate but this had been trailed by skepticism, with many wondering how the 37-year-old had maintained a luxurious lifestyle for years — from acquiring the latest automobiles, including Rolls-Royce and Ferrari, to hiring private jets to take him holidaying across the best spots in the world.

It didn’t come much as a surprise in June when he was arrested in Dubai, where he was based, with 11 of his associates over email scams known in the Nigerian parlance as Yahoo-Yahoo.

In the special operation dubbed “Fox Hunt 2”, the Dubai police had tracked Hushpuppi for about four months, and upon his arrest, it was alleged that the crimes committed outside the UAE, included money laundering, cyber fraud, hacking, impersonation, banking fraud and identity theft worth Dh1.6 billion (an estimated N168 billion).

The police also revealed that 1,926,400 victims were targeted by the syndicate.

Subsequently extradited to the US for trial on money laundering, his lawyer, however, insisted that Hushpuppi “became rich through real estate.”

The real estate claim is what some residents of Ogunyomi street in Oworonshoki would dismiss.

He started the Yahoo-Yahoo thing from this house, and for years was still struggling because the money they were getting was little change,” a neighbour who pleaded anonymity told 9jaEduBlog.

“With the little money then, all they could afford were sneakers, low cost wristwatches and all. But there was this day he hit it big. It was like a breakthrough for him. I entered the room and ran outside, seeing the huge amount of money.

“So, he bought gold with that money. His thought was that buying gold would be a good idea for keeping the money as he could sell it off anytime. He got more hits and bought more gold.”

Mama Dele’s buka where Hushpuppi used to eat on creditMama Dele was and still the run-to woman when most of the boys on the streets are hungry, and maybe low on cash, and this was evident the moment TheCable’s reporter with two others arrived at her buka on Ogunyomi street.

“Ha, my children, you are coming late, food has finished for today o,” she said, pointing at the empty pots.

She wouldn’t hesitate to talk when asked if she knew Hushpuppi.

“They are all my children, and were always here. Is it because he has money you people don’t want to believe he came here to eat almost daily when he lived here?” she asked, with a wide smile.

“He bought food on credit here many times. Not even only here, he bought sardines, noodles on credit from other women down the street. He will just come and say, ‘mummy, we are hungry o, we want to eat o, but there’s no money on ground now o.’ That’s how he talks.

“And after a while, he disappeared; we didn’t see him. After some years though, he returned and then paid all the money he was owing. He also gave me money to make catfish pepper soup for him and his friends.

“During his most recent and last visit, I think in 2018, he ‘dashed’ me N5,000. I was in the backyard when I was told that someone was calling me outside. I came out and saw him inside one car. I shouted Ramon with all excitement, and held his hands.”

Some got angry that how could the billionaire Hushpuppi give her “just N5,000” with all she’s “done for him”, but Mama Dele said it wasn’t a big deal as he gave the money out of his free will without her asking.

“I could have rejected and I know he would have given me more, but I’m content with anything anyone gives me as a gift,” she said.

Mama Dele would describe Hushpuppi as someone who doesn’t like making trouble, and was never a thief.

“The only thing I knew he was doing was this Yahoo,” she said, and wouldn’t realise the connection between theft and Yahoo-Yahoo.

Some people who spoke with 9jaEduBlog said Hushpuppi was already rich enough to buy the street and turn it into an estate, but he wouldn’t.

A hotel on the street, at a time, was up for sale and Sikiru Adekoya, his close friend who was also arrested alongside Hushpuppi, was said to have called him to buy the building, but he showed no interest.

“What has all his money amounted to now that we can’t even point to one thing he did in his area?” one of the sources asked.

“The house he was born in was here on Oworo road, and now that place has been bought and turned into a car wash. I remember very well how Ramon, interestingly, used to ask people to bring their cars to the front of that house so he could wash. They paid him about N100 per car then. Just imagine if he even bought that space and turned it to a modern car wash. At least boys on the street would get more jobs from that.”

He is also accused of not helping others with whom he started with on the streets.

It wasn’t until two years ago that he eventually took in Sikiru with him in Dubai, who got arrested with him in June when the Dubai police stormed their house, a source claimed.

“Sometimes, I will be with Sikiru and he will be on phone with Ramon, begging him to send money. Despite having a billionaire friend, Sikiru was still staying in this ghetto area,” another source explained.

As things stand now, that once-upon-a-poor-boy from Oworoshonki risks spending the next 20 years in an American prison if convicted.

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Shatta bandle - Blessing ft. AY Poyoo, Ahkan, Nana Lace Official Music Video

The greatest of all time, young young rich nigga, the millionaire gang are out with a hit banger. The I'm a goat crooner 'Ay Poyoo' is been featured on this hit. The music video was released about 4 days ago and has gotten many views on YouTube and all platforms.

Who is shatta bandle?

Shatta Bandle is a Ghanaian comedian who shot to fame by claiming he is richer than Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote and the second richest man in the world.

According to Shatta Bandle, he is into oil and gas business – which is a major source of his income. Even though he refused to reveal the names of the companies he deals with, he claims to work with oil companies in Ghana, Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates.

Shatta Bandle has finally revealed that his net worth is $70 Million US Dollars. However, some fans have questioned his source of income and he revealed that he has several real estate investments and Oil Company in Ghana and rest of the world.

Who is ay poyoo?

Talking on his ascent to the popularity and the path forward, AY Poyoo said his administration has worked admirably. He said the group is likewise propelled by the way that individuals are now calling to either embrace or support his plays.AY Poyoo unveiled to Focus FM’s Abena Kay on The Big Dryve show that his legitimate name is Emmanuel Yeboah, however, he likes to be referred to as AY Poyoo.

Aside from getting endorsements in his nation of origin, Ghana, he is starting to pull in fans regionally following his comic song,’Am a goat’ which has since become an internet sensation. From the look of things, what’s to come is splendid for the comic rapper as his fanbase is expanding continuously.

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Iamgeepee Biography, Real Name, Net worth, Age and Wiki

Kelvin King popularly known as iamgeepee is a fast rising star and a commercial Dancer, he is a Nigerian by nationality and based in Lagos.

An interview with goes as thus;
Are you single?

Nope I’m in a relationship

Were you raised by both parents?

Raised by my mom

Where is your base now?


How old were you when you started dancing?

Started dancing at the age of 8

What are your source of income apart from dancing, do you have any?

Don’t have any

Do you have any kid?


What is your real name?

Kelvin King

Do you have siblings?

Yeah I do

Are you graduated from any school?

Not yet graduated done with my Nd in mapoly

What do you studied?

Mechanical engineering

What dance or concept make you blown?

Mushin wa oo!!

What's your say to upcoming dancers to encourage them?

They should never give up on themselves

Do you make money from dancing?

Yeah I do

Kelvin king has been spotted in some dance video with most celebrities, seunpizzle as they danced to ‘Doings’ by Chinko Ekun ft. Zlatan ibile, he got reposted by the two artists and Poco lee also has been a great hyper to him.

He came into limelight when pocolee reposted his video with over 183k views and with the caption:-
“Na so e start for me too oo!! God bless every street nigga trying to do well . for themselves!! @iamgeepee_  u bad.

Kelvin king goes with the IG name @iamgeepee_ which got about 6.9k followers on IG. Go follow the young upcoming star now and support him. Thank you.

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What 12 years old actress Daniella did to Teacher who s£xually harassed her

12-year-old Pearl Shim Mugalla, popularly known as Little Daniella of Soulmate Studios, is a fast-rising actress who has featured in more than 12 movies as a major character. Born to a Korean father by a Nigerian mother, the vivacious and intelligent damsel started acting at age nine. EBENEZER ADUROKIYA ran into Daniella in Warri recently at the instance of her mother’s burial. Excepts:

Tell me a little about yourself

I am Pearl Shim Mugalla. I was born on the 27th day of June 2008 in Warri, Delta State. I’m 12 years old. I’m in JSS 1. My late mum, Afor Franca Mugalla is from Delta State, specifically from Udu Local Government Area, while my dad, although I haven’t met him since I was born, is from South Korea.

How long have you been in Warri and what will you say about Warri?

I came to Warri on Monday, 6th of July, so I would say I have been in Warri for four days. I actually came for my Mum’s burial. She passed last year December. The only thing I have to say about Warri is that it’s an annoying and disgusting place!

Having seen you acting with the Oguike sisters, there are speculations that you might be related to them. What really is your relationship with them?

I’m not related to the Oguike sisters. We are just friends. Not really like close friends, but we are just colleagues. But I’m very close to the youngest of the sisters – Chinenye Oguike.

How many movies have you featured in and which brought you to limelight?

I can’t really begin to recollect the number of movies I have featured in. But I know I have acted in more than 12 movies: Little Daniella, My Kids and I, All I Want for Christmas, In Bondage, Lent, Hostage and so on. But Little Daniella brought me into limelight.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

I love acting. It’s a passion, but I’m not sure I will take that as a career. I have been thinking of being a medical doctor since I was a small girl, but I’m not too sure about that for now; reason being that I’m not really good at Further Mathematics, and I’m sure I would need that

When did you join SoulMate Studio?

I joined them in 2017.

Who is your role model?

My role model is Regina Daniels. I love the way she acts. And my male role model is Ik Ogbonna.

Do you feel nervous when you’re on set, being young?

No, because I’m not a shy person.

Some of your movies portray you as a witty, cunning and mischievous girl. Is that who you really are in actual life?

Though I’m a little bit of what I act, I’m a caring, calm and loving person. But I can be very annoying too. Sometimes, I’m so boring that I will say something and I will be the only person laughing! I tell bad jokes a lot, especially when I’m bored and end up laughing to them alone.

How do you handle your game at school?

(Chuckles) When I’m going to school, I usually buy things to share in my school. All the students in my school from KG1 to primary six are fond of giving me hugs to a point of being exhausted. Not praising myself, I would say I’m a very friendly person. I guess that’s the main reason people like me.

Being a celebrity that you are, especially among your age mates, how do your teachers treat you?

Forget about all these celebrity stuff. I’m not really into it. I just like being myself, easy going with everybody. (Whispers) there’s one favour I enjoy though; that is people helping me with my assignments, especially Maths and putting me through with topics I don’t understand.

To you, what is the most tiring aspect of acting?

Actually, when I started acting, I was in Lagos. But we have to move from Lagos to Enugu. Because of the stress of shooting the movie – ‘Epic’, moving from Lagos to Enugu is very hectic. Because most of our shooting is done in Enugu, we just have to move to Enugu to shoot Glamour and Epic together. Sometimes we do take a break from epic movies. To me, shooting epic movies is the most hectic part of acting because of the dirt, getting injured and scars in the process. All the injuries you see me having in all my movies, they are real o. They are not make-up.

How do you cope or manage school work and acting?

Fine, but not so perfectly well. Sometimes, I do shoot when I’m writing exams and it’s very stressful.

So, how do you handle the stress and pain of getting injuries?

(Smiles) I will cry and cry until the director pets me with soft drink and sausage roll, sometimes chicken and juice.

What do you like about people?

If it’s among my peers and I, that will be intelligence. I like intelligent, well-behaved and well mannered people. I don’t like bad companies.

How do you protect yourself from harassment of boys?

If boys in my school see me coming, they always take to their heels because I don’t take nonsense! You try to play rough with me and I warn you once, you didn’t hear, warn you a second time, you also didn’t hear, what I will do to you if you come near me the third time, you won’t like it.

What’s your say on the increase of r@pe cases?

I don’t know. But first things first, as a lady, you shouldn’t leave your girl child with any male. Be it an uncle or even your husband. So, I believe it is partly the fault of mothers. Mothers should be advised against leaving their female children alone with the opposite s£x.

What will you do if someone tries to harass you s£xually?

It has happened once. Our Yoruba teacher tried to molest me. I don’t know if he had been doing it with other classmates, but I’m not the type that hides things. Because my mum will always tell me that if something happens anywhere, you should tell somebody.

During our Christmas Carol when I was in Primary Six, I went to my class to get water from the water dispenser, then I saw the teacher behind me trying to touch me amorously and I pushed him away and he fell on the floor near the staircase, hitting his head on the tiled floor!

That was how I came downstairs and told my friends what happened. Immediately after doing to him what was on my mind, I ran to report him to the school proprietor and he was fired.

I would also advise mothers that before their children get to the age of 13 or 14 years, start advising the child. ‘If this man touches you here or there, tell me.’ Not the one that the parents will be beating the child. Nigerian parents like beating a lot and it’s not the best. Though my mum used to scold me while she was alive, she hardly beat me. And granny doesn’t beat me at all.

Which of the Nigeria languages can you speak?

I can speak Igbo; though I’m Urhobo, I can’t speak the language. My Urhobo name is Oghenetejiri. I really like Igbo language so much.

What do you think of the Coronavirus and how are you protecting yourself?

This Coronavirus matter, I have not even confirmed it yet. According to what I heard, they said there’s Coronavirus in Nigeria because any state that has Coronavirus, they will give that state one billion naira! So, I think it’s because of the money they are saying there’s Coronavirus in Nigeria!

After your mom’s burial, where are you going?

I’m going to Benin to live with my aunt.

Can you tell us about your happiest and saddest moments?

I don’t want to talk about them. Both are complicated. I only discuss such with my close friends.

What will you say about your late mom?

She was a very caring, nice and loving person. She is the best in the whole world. And now that she is no more, I will bear the loss with a strong heart and also bear in mind her instructions and follow them. I will never let her down. I will always make her proud.

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Police parade 19 years old serial killer, herbalist behind ritual killings in Ibadan

The Oyo state police command, this Friday, paraded one suspected serial killer and an herbalist who are behind the ritual killings in the Akinyele local government area of the state for the past two months.

The suspected ritual killer and his herbalist who have been carrying out dastard killings in the state were paraded at the Oyo state police command’s headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan alongside other criminal elements.

While parading the serial killer who carried out five killings in Akinyele, Sunday Sodipe age 19 years and his herbalist, Adedokun Yinusa age 50 years, the state commissioner of police, Joe Enwonwu, said the serial killer, Sunday Shodipe was arrested after his last evil operation failed on the 29th, June 2020 at Cele, Moniya, Ibadan, while the hand shovel used to murdered Barakat Bello and other victims was recovered.

The serial killer, Sunday Sodipe who confessed to his crime, said he successfully carried out five ritual killings while the six failed due to laxity in the charms he usually used when going for an operation.

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Letter to Mr president from an Angry soldier - Hilarious but true

Letter to Mr president 
13NA /70 /..... Lcpl Mohammed 
Let me start like an African child who is betrayed, without any complement from me sir due to high level of annoyance.

Sir with bleeding from my heart  am writing this to you, from the North-eastern part is Bokoharam, from the North-west is bandit, from the north central is herds men from the southwest is armed robbers, while from the south south and Eastern part of Nigeria is militant and their number one enemy is the soldiers.

As a soldier I can't confidently travel to any part of Nigeria, my life is at risk I am the prey that every one hunts for yet I receive the least salary, my salary is nothing to compare about among my fellow Arm Forces.

The paramilitary don't respect us any longer, and we carry out operation with them they always say to us how much is your salary? We high jack the work that police are suppose to do.

We were asked to do IPPIS of which we did till date we are not enrolled, imagine a police inspector receiving N123,000 Naira while a warrant officer of the Nigeria Army who has served the country for not less than 30 years receive not up to a N100,000 thousand.

Mr president you are a general in the Nigeria Army if your orders are not effective whose order will our generals carry? I know you know the peanut amount we are receiving as our monthly salary, and we enter the same market with other forces.

How can we and our family survive it? A bag of rice is 20k see other ingredients, sir we are not begging for increment what we are asking for is our full salary to be released to us, sir this is the second time am writing to you. I don't know if my write-ups get to you.

Sir just of recent 360 soldiers went on voluntary discharge, if we didn't see any change this year, next year first quarter times three of this soldiers will apply for voluntary discharge.

If our commanding officers refuse to approve it, then we will drop the rifles and leave, is not that we don't have love ones, we may be jobless but not hopeless, most of us have hand works doing we drop them to join the Army since justice can't favour us we will leave the job.

We the youths are the back bone of our country and we are not lazy when I was in the primary school my teacher always sing for us that we children are the leaders of tomorrow, when will our tomorrow come? You are killing our hopes physically and mentally.

Yours obedience soldier Lcpl Mohammed.

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