Service and Sacrifice: Honouring Nigeria’s contribution to UN peacekeeping

Two Nigerian female soldiers posted in the Liberian capital, Monrovia.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
Two Nigerian female soldiers posted in the Liberian capital, Monrovia.
Voters inspecting ballot papers on election day in Montserrado in October 2005.
UN Photo/Eric Kanalstein
UN peacekeepers from Nigeria on an evening patrol in the streets of the capital, Monrovia.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
Corporal Memunatu Yahaya during an inspection at the UN base in Monrovia.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
Lance Corporal Titilope Adepoju, a female peacekeeper from Nigeria posted in Monrovia, speaks with a relative on video-chat from her base.
UN Photo/Albert González Farran
Nigerian police officers conduct drills with Congolese recruits and local policemen in Bukavu in May 1963.
UN Photo/BZ
Female police officers from Nigeria engaging with local children as they patrol the slum of Martissant in Port au Prince as part of their duties with the UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti in 2009.
UN Photo/Marco Dormino
Nigerian police patrol the northern Malian city of Timbuktu.
UN Photo/Harandane Dicko
Nigerian UN police officers serving with MINUSMA take part in crowd control training along with Malian police officers at the Ecole Nationale de Police in Bamako.
UN Photo/Marco Dormino
A Nigerian peacekeeper provides dental services as part of a medical camp for some 150 inmates and officials at a prison in Nyala, South Darfur.
UNAMID/Mutaz Munafal