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Mbodou Hassan Moussa

Journaliste de formation et de profession. Passionné par l'écriture, le digital et les médias sociaux, ces derniers n'ont aucun secret pour lui. Il a embrassé très tôt l'univers des médias et de la Communication. Titulaire d'une Licence en journalisme et d'un Master en Management des projets, Mbodou Hassan Moussa est éditeur Web du journal en ligne Toumaï Web Médias. Aujourd'hui, il est devenu Webmaster à la Radio Ndarason internationale et collabore à la réalisation du journal en langue française et dialecte Kanembou.
  Humanitarian    News  

Second cohort of Nigerian refugees living in Cameroon voluntarily repatriated to their homeland

26 January 2023

The second cohort of more than 200 refugees – who fled to Cameroon and who have been staying at the Minawao camp in that country – have been voluntarily repatriated to their ancestral community in the border town of Banki in the Bama

  Elections    News  

Buying and selling Permanent Voters Cards is an offence and those caught doing so will face the wrath of the law

25 January 2023

Would-be voters in the Jere Local Government Area of Borno State who sold their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) for money and food are now regretting it and want them back because they want to participate in the February 25 general elections.

  Humanitarian    Local News    News  

Local association offers free circumcisions to almost 300 vulnerable and poor children

23 January 2023

The Association of Ka Fadi Alheri ko Kayi Shiru (Speak good words or remain silent) has sponsored circumcisions for almost 300 vulnerable children – mainly the kids from internally displaced persons (IDPs) and those from poor families

Exclusive interview: Commander warns insurgents that the Multinational Joint Task Force will flush them out and destroy them

20 January 2023

The Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) was established in 1994 to put an end to trans-border armed banditry around the area of Lake Chad Basin and facilitate free movement along Nigeria’s northeast border.

  Humanitarian    News  

Families of fallen heroes in Borno State beg the government, philanthropists and God-fearing individuals for support

19 January 2023

The families of Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) members who paid the supreme price and died on battlefields in the fight against the insurgency have called on the Borno State government, philanthropists and God-fearing individuals

  News  

Special Report : United Nations wants probe into horror report that claims Nigerian military ran a secret mass abortion programme, affecting at least 10,000 women and girls

30 December 2022

On December 7, news agency Reuters published an alarming investigative report that claimed the Nigerian military had been conducting a secret, systematic and illegal programme in the country’s northeast, which had started in 2013

  Humanitarian    News  

After a three-day vacation notice, government extends deadline and pledges to find new land for IDPs in Sare 1 camp

22 December 2022

Philanthropists and God-fearing individuals have saved internally displaced persons (IDPs) from being evicted from Sare 1, an unofficial informal camp in Maiduguri – at least for now.

  Humanitarian    News  

If we don’t get aid soon, we will starve to death

21 December 2022

“If we don’t get help soon, displaced people – especially children and the elderly – are going to die from starvation.”

  Humanitarian    News  

New informal IDP camps mushrooming around Maiduguri as the government finally shuts down all official camps

19 December 2022

As the Borno State government closes the last few remaining official protective internally displaced persons’ camps in Maiduguri, more and more unofficial informal camps are springing up around the city.

  Economy    News  

New cash withdrawal limits could be the death knell for small traders

16 December 2022

Traders in Maiduguri in Borno State have expressed dismay about the cash withdrawal policy put in place by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which allows individuals to withdraw a maximum of ₦100,000 and corporates ₦500,000 a week.