Many people were left with mouths opened when the heard what this set of people fed on. The food shortage they experience due to insufficient rainfall led them to feeding on this strange food. Locusts have now been turned into food by residents of Kitgum district in northern Uganda - This is coming at a time the government is trying to find an effective way of dealing with the insects - The residents are using locusts to supplement their diet because of food shortage Residents of Kitgum district in northern
When people scout for apartments in Nigeria, they usually have a list of things that would make the apartment suitable for inhabitation. Such things like availability of light, proximity to place of work, access to water are usually top of the list. Some people are also want to know if the Landlord resides in the same place; sometimes this is a dealbreaker. If the Landlord happens to live within the vicinity, you are unlikely to find out what type of person he is until you move in. Here's a list of the type
Photo credit: Getty Images Photo credit: Tom Jenkins / The Observer It sounds strange but it is true. Newly crowned multiple world heavyweight boxing champion, Oleksandr Usyk has dedicated his shock victory over Anthony Joshua in Saturday's fight in London to Jesus Christ, the widely acclaimed progenitor of the Christian faith.
The first British astronaut, Helen Sharman, in an interview with The Observer, affirmed what many claimed -- aliens exist and they probably are living with us mother earth. Fifty-six years old Helen Sharman, a chemist, is also the first woman to visit the MIR space station in 1991. She insisted that aliens exist and might be living among us but we cannot see them. Although she did not claim to have seen any extraterrestrial being during her time in space like some astronauts had claimed, she believes that t
This Article is just for fun , we want to talk about different people you will meet during group chat, If you own a smartphone or any type of social media, then you're probably in or have been in a group chat. Group chats are great for making plans, talking about the latest gossip, or working on a group project then you will meet different character and people, let see 5 kind of people you might meet while chatting online. 1. The Observer:These group of people will always stay online but will never add or contribute
Fiji's Prime Minister has urged billionaires around the world to return to the Pacific Islands in the hope of reviving the country's tourism industry. "That's why we say a billionaire is looking for your plane, joining your island and investing millions of dollars in Fiji in the process," Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama said in a heartfelt tweet. "Take care of your health and take care of all the expenses, you can build a new home to avoid the paradise pandemic." According to Sky News, Fiji’s
Jane Grigson (born Heather Mabel Jane McIntire; 13 March 1928 – 12 March 1990) was an English cookery writer. In the latter part of the 20th century she was the author of the food column for The Observer and wrote numerous books about European cuisines and traditional British dishes. Her work proved influential in promoting British food. Grigson in September 1989 Born in Gloucestershire, Grigson was raised in Sunderland, North East England before studying at Newnham College, Cambridge. In 1953 she became an