Fuludu, Alabi Assien, others tutor young players at IDP Camp in Edo State
Former Super Eagles star, Edema Fuludu and Bendel Insurance greatest coach, Alabi Assien, were among top coaches who tutored young players in various skills at the Community Sport and Educational Development...
Boko Haram kills two in IDP camp
Two people were killed and several wounded when Boko Haram fighters raided a camp for people displaced by the jihadist conflict in northeast Nigeria, emergency services said Friday.
Benue SEMA finally moves foodstuff to Mbawa IDP camp, others
Following recent widespread media reports that Internally Displaced Persons, (IDPs) staying at Mbawa camp in Daudu are dying of hunger and diseases, the Benue State Emergency Management Agency....
Enyaharo Isoko raises fund for flood victims in IDP camps
A newly formed professional organisation for the advancement of Isoko nation, Enyaharo Isoko has launched an appeal fund to assist displaced Isoko residents affected by the ravaging floods sweeping through the lower River Niger and parts of Delta State. Lagos-based filmmaker, Opa Williams, drew the attention of the group to the two Internally Displaced Persons…
Ehusani, IDPs and trauma healing
In 2009, Boko Haram militants entered Monica’s home in the middle of the night. Monica watched them behead her husband and slit the throats of two of her three sons. Then, turning to her, they slashed her left arm as she raised it in defence, cut her throat and left her to die. A neighbour…
IDP Camp Bombing: We’re yet to ascertain death toll
Mshelia spoke yesterday in Maiduguri during an interactive session with journalists on death tolls and casualty figures in three hospitals in the state capital.
PDP demands independent investigation of IDP camp bombing
The Sen. Ahmed Makarfi-led faction of Peoples Democracy Party (PDP), has called for independent investigation into the accidental bombing of Rann IDPs Camp in Kala-Balge Local Government Area of Borno State.
Survivors of airstrike on IDP camp recount near-death experience
Four-year-old Kaka-Hauwa Aji shrieked in pain and sweat rolled down her bare torso, as two nurses in crisp white hijabs disinfected a gaping shrapnel wound on her neck. Her seven-year-old sister, Ya-zahra Aji, lay on the bed opposite, bandages wrapped around her right hand where the shards of molten metal from the off-target Nigerian Air…