Doctors Strike: NMA directs members to treat bomb blast victims and cholera patients in Kano

Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) on Thursday said it has directed doctors to resume work immediately at Muhammad Abdullahi Wase hospital where Sabon Gari bomb blast victims are admitted and all local government areas affected by cholera outbreak in Kano state does not translate to suspension of its indefinite strike.

Emir of Kano visits President Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan and the Emir of Kano Malam Muhammad  Sanusi II yesterday met for the first time since ascending the throne on Sunday 8th June .

Fire At Kano Airport;Turkish Aircraft damaged,Fuel Tanker burnt

Hundreds of Turkish airline passengers on Tuesday escaped death when aviation oil tanker fuelling the aircraft bust to flame at Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport, MAKIA.

Bomb blast kills 25 persons in Kaduna


A bomb tossed off the back of a motorcycle at an Islamic  cleric Sheik Dahiru Bauchi has killed about 25 people on Alkali road in Kaduna on Wednesday, witnesses said.

Chidoka named aviation Minister,Oyeyemi becomes FRSC boss


President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday named the former Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Commission, Mr. Osita Chidoka, as the new Minister of Aviation.


Reviving the once lost cocoa farming in Ghana


Like kola nut and palm oil, Cocoa farming is among the major cash crops cultivated in Ghana and it makes Ghana agricultural sector a leading sector that has improves the country’s gross domestic income over the years. Cocoa bean is the dried and fully fermented fatty bean of theobroma cacao that’s the cocoa tree
Overcoming the burden of maruca pest


  Cowpea is regarded as the most important food grain legume in the dry savannas of tropical Africa, where it is been grown on more than 12.5million hectares of land   The traditional cowpea seeds planted by most African farmers suffer the effects of maruca pod borer which destroys the fruitful yield of th
The traveler's dairy (THE BEACH : A moment to remember).


  My third weekend at Portland, Oregon, United States of America was an adventure worth remembering. My host took me on a tour to the Pacific Northwest coast of Oregon, named Cannon beach, which is 80 miles west of Portland and 25 miles south of Astoria. The captivating natural beauty of forests, ocean, beaches,
The traveler's dairy (The Nigerian northern in Portland)


  I wondered what it would be like to be a Nigerian in the U.S. ever since I heard that I would be participating  in the ICFJ exchange program, which is also sponsored by  the bureau of education and cultural affair   The first thing that came my mind was: Are they trying to gather information
More Researches more carelessness


  Nigeria with highest population in Africa, has most of its people depend on agriculture as their means of livelihood, especially those from northern part of the country where there is vast arable land conducive for rice production. Nevertheless, the country imports most of its rice from Thailand, Brazil. Ind