- Mar 20 2013 | 01:19pm WAT
Monday was yet another bloody day in Kano as over 60 passengers, drivers and visitors lost their lives to explosions at an inter-state luxury bus park in the city.
Hours before the blasts, an Islamic militant group, Boko Haram members laid siege to some schools in Maiduguri, Borno State, killing four teachers and injuring several others, including pupils.
- Jan 31 2013 | 04:17pm WAT
By Segun Adeleye, Abeokuta
Beholding the smile, warmth and disposition of these children, one cannot guess the pains they have gone through before they found succor in their present abode. Rendered homeless and parentless by the evil hearts of those they once perceived as friends and neighbours, an experience that could have made these children lose hope in life and the human race generally, the gesture of one person, Isaac Oluwole Newton-Wusu is helping to give them a reason to trust again.
- Dec 24 2012 | 12:34pm WAT
Greetings and thanks for remembering our work and children. We continue to host and trains children, and their mothers, brothers and Sisters family of Martyrs across the Northern Nigeria. We retain the numbers of Children to 300, While we send forth over dozen every year, more children are still coming to replace them as a result more unspeakable violence that continue to tear our nation...
- Dec 24 2012 | 12:21pm WAT
Isaac saw two women in the camp who were both pregnant. Eventually, both of them gave birth, each to a baby girl. Each mother decided to call her own baby Mary. When the crisis subsided, the refugees left the camp to their various homes to find out who was alive or dead in the family. The two women also left the camp. The death of others and the suffering of those who survived kept coming back to Isaac's mind. He was restless on what line of action he should take to assist the suffering men, orphans, and women.
“I was challenged”. Isaac said.