OLAKUNLE MARUF reports that modern bakeries are springing up in parts of Sokoto where residents now relish fresh tasty loaves of bread which are giving those coming from old bakeries a run for their money.
MUHAMMED SABIU writes that a woman kidnapper named Hauwa is as active in the kidnap trade as any of her male counterpart, but basically using her beauty as bait.
OLAKUNLE MARUF captured the mood in the Sokoto family house of a young seminarian, Michael Nnadi, killed in Kaduna recently, even as his twin brother promised to keep his memory alive.
MUHAMMAD SABIU writes about a place in Kaduna where underage boys and girls in an everyday act of debauchery make life difficult for residents by reason of their riotous lifestyle before the state government moved in to bring about sanity.
MUHAMMAD SABIU writes on a recent conference on Vesico-Vaginal Fistula in Kaduna, Kaduna State, noting that thousands of young girls in the state are suffering from the medical condition including the fact that the problem is beyond the…
OLAKUNLE MARUF writes that youths and residents of a community in Sokoto State saw the recent border closure in the country as a blessing in disguise through which a multimillion naira business of rice processing is now in full swing.
MUHAMMAD SABIU who was at Hanyin Danbushiya with other journalists, reports the exploits of a local hunter who is complementing the efforts of security operatives in routing rustlers and kidnappers from the Kaduna-Abuja highway.
ISHOLA MICHAEL writes that the Almajiri School in Buzaye, Bauchi State, is falling apart and something must be done urgently if the pupils would not have to go back to the streets where they were taken from, thus defeating the…