Female Soldier Proposed To By Her Boy Friend Corper Gets Arrested

The Nigerian Army has supposedly arrested the female soldier who recently got proposed to in Kwara state NYSC orientation camp for accepting marriage proposal from corps member in public.

The Nigerian Army has detained the yet to be identified female soldier who accepted a viral marriage proposal from a male corps member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in a video that recently went viral.

TheArmy confirmed that the female soldier was placed under arrest since the recorded public proposal which took place at the NYSC Orientation Camp, Yikpata, Kwara State.

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It was witnessed that the romantic event actually took place at the Passing Out Parade (POP) of Batch B, Stream 2 of the 2021 Corp Members on Tuesday.

It was also gathered that under the Terms and Conditions of Service in the Army, every recruit must stay single for the first three years of service, meaning that marriage is banned for such category of personnel for reasons best known to the Nigerian army.

In could be seen in the proposal video that the Corp Member was seen on his knees, asking for the female soldier’s hand in marriage with excitement from other Corp members in the background.

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The female soldier accepted the proposal, got the ring fixed on her finger while they sealed the romantic display with a deep kiss bear hugs, amidst intermittent blushes.

However, the Nigerian Army, through a Signal, stated that the soldier has been identified and detained at a Military detention facility in Ilorin, pending further investigations.

She is currently in a guardroom and is facing the consequences of her actions according to an audio which also went viral recently. news and a voice note.

Below are some of the reasons pointed out for her detention:

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– Not due for marriage.

– Romancing on uniform publicly.

– Absent on parade.

– Indiscriminate behaviour.

– Doing other things aside from her purpose in NYSC camp.

– Disobedience to standing order of social media rule.
– Disobedience to ethics and tradition of the Nigerian Army.

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