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Africare takes HIV/AIDS awareness campaign to FCT community

Godsgift Onyedinefu In commemoration of the 2019 World AIDS Day, with the theme “Communities makes the difference”, Africare Nigeria, through its ‘Power Forward’ Project on Tuesday hosted an outreach at Ruga, a shanti community in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), to raise awareness and provide information on the impact of the

Security Agents Unmask Person Managing IPOB Account In France


By Naij Security agents have unmasked the Nigerian suspected to be managing the France account of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB). had earlier reported that the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, had said that the group which has been proscribed was being sponsored from France. The Nation reports that a security

Six-Year-Old Boko Haram Victim Survives Spinal Cord Surgery

By Joan Ejembi Six-year-old  Ali Ahmadu, who sustained spinal cord injury from a Boko Haram attack in Chibok in 2014, has survived a spinal cord surgery. Ali shocked his doctors and the entire world yesterday when barely seven days after the surgery, he summoned courage to walk again on his feet, beating

UNICEF Emergency Supplies For Rohingya Refugee Children Arrive Bangladesh

A consignment of UNICEF emergency supplies for hundreds of thousands of refugee Rohingya children and their families has arrived in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka. The cargo plane arrived from Copenhagen with 100 tons of supplies comprising water purifying tablets, family hygiene kits, sanitary materials, plastic tarpaulins, and recreational kits for children

World Rivers Day:NGO Lament Govt’s Failure To Regulate Healthy Watersheds

By Joan Ejembi As the world marks the World River Day today, an Owerri, Nigeria based Non Governmental Organization(NGO), Rural Africa Water Development Project (RAWDP),  has lamented the persistent failure to regulate and take advantage of the work that healthy watersheds perform naturally. This was as it emphasized that the development is

‘Govt’s inability to Sustain Actions Responsible For Farmer-Herder Conflict In Nigeria’

By Joan Ejembi The Forum for Farmer-Herder Relations in Nigeria, an initiative of the Search for Common Ground (SFCG), has identified  the inability of government to sustain established policies as the key factor responsible  for the lingering Farmer-Herder conflicts in  the country. Speaking Saturday in Abuja at a meeting of the forum,