25 years old Joan Babson needs your help to be able to undergo a kidney transplant due to kidney failure of both of her kidneys. Joan lost both of her parents at a tender age and she is currently under the care of her Uncle. She can’t afford the weekly dialysis treatment of N20,000 for two sessions every week, She needs N8 to 10 Million Naira to undergo a surgery at India. Continue reading
5 year old Ramatu Danjuma, pictured above, was beaten and bitten by her uncle’s wife in Ungwan Shanu area of Kaduna state. The uncle’s wife, Zulaiha Yakubu, says she repeatedly attacked Ramatu because she was always in the habit of fighting in school. The little girl resides with the couple who is yet to have a child of their own. Zulaiha has been arrested by the state police command. Photo credit: Uwebunor Monye
“Tally”, Yusuf Salisu Akafi is a young Nigerian musician. Born on the 7th of May 1986, he has been working on his own style of music, which he use as a medium to tell his stories to his fans. Continue reading
Imagine boarding a night bus to Lagos city, you paid an outrageous N7,600 for the trip, because you were promised a comfortable sleeper bus with an Air Conditioner and security, first of all no AC as promised then some people were refunded N800 and others didn’t get anything. The sleeper bus you were promised was magically turned into this rotten metal box, so every one hour the bus breaks down and the company did not prove a mechanic nor an additional bus to pick you up. Continue reading
Kyuni Entertainment Group artist Franklyn Patrick Kasim, popularly known as Eff’Ell. The rapper, songwriter and producer found the love for music at a very young age, treasuring it as a gift. For Eff’Ell, music became about inciting physical, emotional, and spiritual change with nothing more than a beat, a melody, and a smile. He’s a student of Kaduna State University studying mathematics. Continue reading
Ahmadu Bello University physics student In Nigeria made a drone as his final year project and named it ‘Hope For Chibok Girls’. Continue reading
Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai has placed a ban on all forms of religious procession in the state following last Saturday December 12th clash between the Nigerian Army and Shiite members. Nasir made the announcement during a state-broadcast today.
“We have witnessed sad events in Zaria. There have been tragic consequences and needless loss of lives, and we extend our condolences to the families that have been affected. In this sombre moment, the government has directed that steps be taken to address the humanitarian fallouts of the security operations.
Everyone has a fundamental right to their faiths and beliefs, but no one has any right to practice their faith in ways that diminish, distress or inconvenience others. Henceforth, no person or group, under any guise will be allowed to block any road, obstruct public highways, occupy public facilities or inconvenience citizens in Kaduna State. Anybody that needs to march may do so, but they cannot take over public facilities or disrupt social services and commercial activities in Kaduna State, and any march or procession can be undertaken only with the prior knowledge of, and protection of the police to prevent the breakdown of law and order,” he said.
Singer 2face Idibia was honored with the Chieftaincy title, Tafindan Kudenda which means ‘Ambassador for Peace’ by HRH Bagudu Galadima of Kudenda Kingdom at Kudenda Palace, Kaduna State Nigeria today. See more photos below… Continue reading