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CULTURE

7 African Countries That Speak The Hausa Language Apart From Nigeria

Hausa is a Afro-Asiatic (Chadic) language spoken by roughly thirty six million people as a first language, in at least ten territories. The largest numbers of speakers are in Nigeria and there are also significant numbers of first-language speakers in some African countries. 1. Niger

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7 African Countries That Speak The Hausa Language Apart From Nigeria

SEX-RELATIONSHIP

The Tribe In Nigeria Where Men Apply Make-up And Parade Themselves For Marriage

In Nigeria there exists a tribe identified as the Wodaabe tribe, these people are just a subgroup of the Fulani people in the Northern part of Nigeria. Just like the Fulani people they are also cattle herders and also traders, they also spread across Chad and and other countries.

  2 months ago ago
The Tribe In Nigeria Where Men Apply Make-up And Parade Themselves For Marriage

MILITARY

How Chad Invaded Nigeria In The Year 1983 And Were Chased Back By President Buhari

Former Chadian President Hissene Habre is dead. He died in Senegal where he was serving a life term for war crimes. He will be remembered for his invasion of Nigeria in 1983, sparking an all-out war between Nigeria and Chad, that ended in a humiliating defeat for the Chadians.

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How Chad Invaded Nigeria In The Year 1983 And Were Chased Back By President Buhari

ENVIRONMENT

Reasons why the Fulanis herdsmen refused to leave the South

picture.credit.concise.com The issue bordering on Fulanis Hersmen activities has lingered for over five years counting. If their activities are Godly and legitmate why would the South push them out to get back to their domain? After all, we are all Nigerians. But as the South struggles for survival, the herdsmen try harder to remain unmoved.

  3 months ago ago
Reasons why the Fulanis herdsmen refused to leave the South

EDUCATION

Advantages of Schooling in the North

This is not a fact but a reality to many who can attest to it that the northern part of Nigeria is suitable for study, not overlooking that it has its own challenges. Mentioning cut-off marks which are being pegged to encourage studying by people from the regions and even in other parts of the country.

  2 months ago ago
Advantages of Schooling in the North

SOCIETY

Today's Headlines: 200000 Northerners From Chad, Niger To Be Repatriated To Nigeria, Herdsmen Kill 4

200,000 Northerners From Niger, Chad To Be Repatriated To Nigeria. The governor of Borno state, Babagana Zulum has pleaded with President Muhammadu Buhari to help him bring back 200,000 Northerners that were displaced by Bokoharam terrorists. Speaking to the State House correspondents after having a closed-door meeting with the president at the Presidential Villa, Governor Zulum disclosed that over 200,000 residents of Borno state relocated to Chad, Niger republic and Cameroon to seek for refuge, because of the continuous Bokoharam insurgency in the state.

  4 months ago ago
Today's Headlines: 200000 Northerners From Chad, Niger To Be Repatriated To Nigeria, Herdsmen Kill 4

MILITARY

Boko Haram Claims Responsibility For The Killing of 10 Soldiers After Invading Nigerian Army’s Base In Borno

Insecurity challenges have been the major concern for not only our political leaders but for Nigerians who want the best for the country. Over the past years, Boko Haram, officially known as Jamā'at Ahl as-Sunnah lid-Da'wah we'll-Jihād, a terrorist organization based in northeastern Nigeria, is also active in Chad, Niger, and northern Cameroon, have continued to terrorize innocent people.

  3 months ago ago
Boko Haram Claims Responsibility For The Killing of 10 Soldiers After Invading Nigerian Army’s Base In Borno

MILITARY

Today's Headlines: Boko Haram Kills 24 Soldiers In Chad, NGO Group Speaks On Insecurity In The North

Boko Haram Kills 24 Soldiers In Chad. Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette No fewer than 24 Chadian soldiers have been killed in an attack by Boko Haram. Reports shows that the attack happened at late night and the Chadian army soldiers were caught off guard. The attack occured at the Chadian army position in Tchoukoutalia, Lac province.

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Today's Headlines: Boko Haram Kills 24 Soldiers In Chad, NGO Group Speaks On Insecurity In The North

POLITICS

How Obasanjo connected Nigeria and Chad together

When at the initial stage of ascendancy of the Muritala Muhammad and Obasanjo regime to power, the Chandian authorities stopped the export of livestock to Nigerian. General Murtala quickly reacted by stopping the exportation of Nigerian oil to Chad. The use of oil weapon was effective and served the desired purpose since the Chadian authorities immediately resumed export of Chadian livestock to Nigerian.

  3 months ago ago
How Obasanjo connected Nigeria and Chad together

MILITARY

Opinion: Why The Military Need More Resources To Fight Criminals Such As ESN, Bandits & Kidnappers

Today you can't question the methods without someone saying you are uninformed. We definitely could do better if allocated resources are utilized judiciously instead of a good percentage of it ending in private pockets. That much is true, and absolutely spot on that. The approach to ending criminalities in Nigeria have different approach that are best known to the security agencies.

  4 months ago ago
Opinion: Why The Military Need More Resources To Fight Criminals Such As ESN, Bandits & Kidnappers

MILITARY

Reactions After Boko Haram Killed 24 Soldiers In Chad

Image used for illustrative purposes. Insurgency has been one of the most pressing issues in Nigeria even before the advent of some of the insecurity bodies in the like of unknown gunmen and bandits started terrorising the peace and safety of the Nigerian citizens. The Nigerian soldiers have no doubt displayed a high sense of bravery and courage in their quest in fighting terrorists in the country.

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Reactions After Boko Haram Killed 24 Soldiers In Chad

MILITARY

Proliferation Of Weapons & 2 Other Causes Of Recent Coups In West Africa Buhari Highlighted To UN

It is no doubt that the strongest problem that West African countries are currently facing is that of Coup that ha affected many Francophone countries. Coups have taken place in Chad, Guinea Conakry, Mali, and others. Although some of them are failed Coup while others were successful.

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Proliferation Of Weapons & 2 Other Causes Of Recent Coups In West Africa Buhari Highlighted To UN

MILITARY

Today's Headlines: Secession Cannot Solve Nigeria's Problems -Ganduje, Boko Haram Kills 24 Soldiers in Chad

Secession Cannot Solve Nigeria's Challenges Photo Credit: Daily Trust Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State has said secession is not the way out of the current challenges bedeviling the country. Speaking on Thursday at a public lecture in Abuja, Ganduje said change of heart is a panacea to the challenges affecting the country.

  4 months ago ago
Today's Headlines: Secession Cannot Solve Nigeria's Problems -Ganduje, Boko Haram Kills 24 Soldiers in Chad

POLITICS

3 Things Buhari Should Do If The Taliban Sneaks Into Nigeria

It is no longer news that the Taliban militants have taken power from the country's President, Ashraf Ghani. Many people throughout the world have expressed sadness at how this militant forced their President, along with other leaders in his civilian government, to leave their country, and how they treated some of their residents after taking over from Ashraf Ghani.

  3 months ago ago
3 Things Buhari Should Do If The Taliban Sneaks Into Nigeria

POLITICS

Today's Headlines: Ex-Chadian President Is Dead; Obasanjo Reacts To Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi's Death

Another Former President Is Dead Chad's former President Hissene Habre, a Cold War ally who was later imprisoned for war crimes and crimes against humanity, has died. On Tuesday, a spokesperson for the Senegalese justice ministry confirmed this. Mr Habre fled to Senegal after being deposed in a coup in 1990.

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Today's Headlines: Ex-Chadian President Is Dead; Obasanjo Reacts To Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi's Death

CAREER-JOBS

Job Title: Assistant M&E Officer

The Center for Community Health and Development International is a non-discriminatory, non-governmental organization with a mandate to improve the health and quality of life of Nigeria's rural children and women. CHAD was established in 2002 by a group of women from different religious and ethnic background in Gombe state, North East Nigeria.

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Job Title: Assistant M&E Officer

MILITARY

Another Chibok Schoolgirl Returns Home, Surrenders To Nigerian Army

The past years have been terrible for some people living in the northern part of the country, parents have continually feared for the safety of their children, where some of them have thrown away the hope of ever seeing their children who had been abducted, and this has been because of the rate of insecurity that has challenged various states in the nation.

  3 months ago ago
Another Chibok Schoolgirl Returns Home, Surrenders To Nigerian Army

ECONOMY-FINANCE

The Pandora papers and details

You might have heard about The Pandora papers, I will be explaining the Pandora papers. The Pandora papers contains one of the biggest leaks of financial documents which was exposed. The Pandora papers, released on Sunday exposed a hidden world shielded wealth involving a very large number of politicians and Billionaires across countries.

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The Pandora papers and details

LIFESTYLE

Weird Photos Of Gerewol Festival, In North-Eastern Nigeria

The "Wodaabe" or "Bororo" tribe are traditional nomads who can be found in Niger, Cameroon, Chad and north-eastern Nigeria. They are a sub-group of the Fulani, who speak the Fula language. Although there are varying degrees of belief, their religion is largely Islamic.

  4 months ago ago
Weird Photos Of Gerewol Festival, In North-Eastern Nigeria

SOCIETY

Cameroon: Thirty two people murdered in fresh clash between herders and fishermen- UNHCR

Renewed ethnic clashes between herders and fishermen in northern Cameroon have killed at least 32 people this month, according to the UN High Commissioner for refugee, in a statement made on Thursday, August 19, 2021. Nineteen villages were said to have been torched in the clashes.

  3 months ago ago
Cameroon: Thirty two people murdered in fresh clash between herders and fishermen- UNHCR