Prince Harry Promises To Support Wounded Nigerian Soldiers

As part of his activities in Nigeria during his ongoing 3-day visit, the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, has promised to help wounded soldiers

Prince Harry pledged this during his visit to Governor Uba Sani of Kaduna State on Friday.

Governor Sani welcomed the prince and expressed gratitude for his support of soldiers injured in combat and identification with the Nigerian Armed Forces.

He saw that these kinds of visits would significantly improve the morale of the courageous and tenacious leaders and soldiers.

He claims that Prince Harry’s visit demonstrates his dedication to promoting healing, encouraging rehabilitation, and elevating respect for Nigerian soldiers.

On his part, Prince Harry said he is in Nigeria to use the Invictus Games, which he founded 10 years ago, to put smiles on the faces of wounded Nigerian soldiers and their families.

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In line with traditional hospitality, Governor Sani presented some gift items to Prince Harry and also decorated him in traditional Hausa attire.

From the Kaduna State Government House, Prince Harry and his team visited the 44 Nigerian Army Reference Hospital to interact with wounded soldiers who are receiving treatment.

Africa Today News, New York reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, has arrived Nigeria’s defence headquarters on Friday in commencement of their three-day visit on the invitation of the Chief of Defence Staff, General Christopher Musa.

The visit is in relation to the Invictus Games, the international adaptive sporting competition for wounded servicemen, women and veterans which Prince Harry founded in 2014.

The Duke and Duchess had on arrival in Abuja yesterday, visited the Light Academy in Wuse Abuja, a school supported by the Archewell Foundation.

The couple on arrival were received by wives of military officers led by the president, Defence and Police Officers Wives Association (DEPOWA), Mrs Oghogho Musa and top officers of the Nigerian military.

Africa Today News, New York

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