Rocks and dirt clods clanged against cars and trailers as they drove past the town. It had just rained and huffs of water soon took over the main road; the only tarred road that cuts through the town linking the south western part
Friday, October 19, Joyce Odiba, just came back from the Force Headquarters in Abuja and she was not excited about the decision she was about to make: to commit her son, Stanley, to prison so she can sleep with both eyes closed.
Some five years ago, Calampo Onyejie, a resident of Mpu was a farmer. Today, he sustains his family by conveying passengers on a motorcycle. Despite not faring better compared to five years ago, Onyejie says he would not recommend
Most Nigerian farmers are often out of job during dry season due to poor access to water. This invariably implies that a large chunk of Nigeria’s arable land is not cultivated even when the country struggles with food insecurity.
This report traces a compelling pattern of corruption in the health sector and how it added to the statistics of 58,000 maternal deaths yearly in Nigeria.
The light issue is a big one here. When there is no light, we have no choice but to close early, especially when we are witnessing shorter days and longer night