Ardo

So there is Africa, the continent. And inside Africa is a country called Nigeria. Plateau is a state in the north-central part of Nigeria. The capital city of Plateau state is Jos. Plateau state is a dream. It is utopia to all accused of wanderlust. Plateau state has hills, waterfalls, springs, and hiking trails. It … Continue reading Ardo

Nurturing Nigeria (Part 4)

What is JBloodMatch J Blood match connects non-remunerated voluntary blood donors to matching recipients at the point of need. JBloodMatch provides a chatbot, JbloodMatchBot which is accessible on Telegram and Facebook messenger. I Want to Save a Life JBloodMatch https://www.jbloodmatch.org/

Nurturing Nigeria (Part 3)

Inside the JDI Leadership Exchange Program... Inside The JDI L.E.P. JDI Leadership Exchange Program Hike https://www.instagram.com/p/CIOa5oEpj9s/?igshid=16mic6avair71 https://www.instagram.com/p/CIPqNE5pFVv/?igshid=dlemvbw49ovu https://instagram.com/jdinitiatives1?igshid=1k22xwnbg2gft

Nurturing Nigeria (Part 2)

JDI JDI is working to: • Provide modern but modest toilet facilities for the Iwa Primary School (Niger State)• Connect the toilet facility to a water source located in the community market for proper maintenance and function• Repair the community clinic borehole and• Provide waste management/ sanitation trainings for staff and students of the school … Continue reading Nurturing Nigeria (Part 2)

Nurturing Nigeria (Part 1)

JDI... Jela's Development Initiatives is an NGO with unbridled passion for humanitarian causes. When the Black Panther premiered in 2018, Angela (Jela) and some online benefactors took 200 children from underserved shelters and orphanages to see the movie at the Silverbird Galleria, FCT Abuja. She and her supporters raised the funds needed for tickets, popcorn, … Continue reading Nurturing Nigeria (Part 1)

Dr. Saint Valentine

I am just a normal woman. As in... I am young and married. I am a mother of two children. The boy is the older one. He is ten years old. I have been married for nearly twelve years now. I know that this fact is not your business. But there is a reason for … Continue reading Dr. Saint Valentine

The Ruckus At Erin-Ijesha

At least the Indian guy had decorum. Raju or whatever my husband calls him. The other one, Goody, or whatever her name is was just plain getting on my nerves! They were both seated behind in my car. We were behind the Toyota Hiace bus #backpackersabuja had chartered to convey the rowdy bunch to some … Continue reading The Ruckus At Erin-Ijesha

Mayo Kam 

I am not originally a Backpacker®. I only signed up for this trip because I was tired. I was tired of life. I was tired of being alive. I actually went on that trip hoping to die. Misadventure, murder, animal attack... Anything. Even via the auspices of the pack of prescription sleeping tablets I had … Continue reading Mayo Kam 

The Auditor 

Felix realized too late that he had made a mistake.  Chibuzor was too much of an ass to be this nice. Plus, the shady character Chibuzor had arrived with did not help curb his feeling of foreboding.  As they both leaned over his shoulder, their fetid halitoses reeked of cannabis. That fact did little to … Continue reading The Auditor