Sub: At least 70 members of the ISWAP Shura council may have died on Friday due to bombing by Nigeria Air Force as Sani Shuwaram, the supposed successor of late Abu Mussab Albarnawi, was holding a first major meeting near the shores of Lake Chad on Friday.
The departing head of the UN humanitarian mission in Nigeria, Edward Kallon said Nigeria’s potential as leader and hope of Africa can only be effective if the country tackles five critical risk factors
UNESCO report for 2021 placed Borno as lowest in terms of literacy, a situation that compels the state to embark on several rescue efforts including improved bursary scholarships for students
Having served for five years as UN Head of Humanitarian affairs in Nigeria Edward Kallon takes a bow as he heads to Zimbabwe
four ISWAP fighters met their water loo Tuesday evening in a thwarted attempt to attack Ngwom a village related to Governor Zulum’s kins
Reports reaching The Humanitarian Times indicate that the Maiduguri-Damaturu highway is not safe for travellers at the moment as government troops and the Boko Haram...
As the dry days of harmattan sets in, IDP camps are going up inflames again with the latest at Muna Camp recording 3 deaths
For setting up a school that provides free education to children orphaned by Boko Haram, Zannah Mustapha gets International recognition by CNN
The education sector in Borno State remains one of the most affected by the ongoing Boko Haram insurgency, with over 1300 destroyed classrooms still in the state of ruins despite efforts by the government to remedy the situation.
As Governor rules out rumored plan to sack of unqualified teachers