One week after Sunday Vanguard published a story in which investigation revealed that no fewer than One 133 highways across Nigeria are under kidnappers and bandits siege, some victims, in this package, speak on their harrowing experiences on some of the roads. Only last Wednesday, 28 travellers along one of the fingered roads, Ikere Ekiti – Akure road, were abducted by gunmen. This happened four days after the Nigerian Army claimed to have deployed drones in Ekiti and Ondo states to fish out kidnappers terrorising the two states.Read More
Disability is not strange to Nigerians. Everyone knows one or two persons living with disability. According to the World Health Organisation, WHO, estimate, more than one billion people in the world experience one form of disability or another. Nigeria has its fair share of the burden as it ranks second in road traffic accidents in the world which has been adjudged as a major factor fuelling mobile disability.Read More
Survivors of the Calabar electrocution at the emergency Ward of the University of Calabar Teaching hospital (UCTH).
As you step into the casualty unit of the Plateau State Hospital where they are receiving treatment, you cannot help but feel their pains as they shed tears profuselyRead More
The six survivors of Wednesday’s Bristow Helicopter crash, are recuperating at St Nicholas Hospital, a private hospital on Lagos Island.Read More
The casualty fig-ures from the multiple blasts that rocked the predominantly Christian quarters in Kano, Monday evening, has increased to 45 dead, according to Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Kano.Read More