Purple Ribbon (Episode 6)

Purple Ribbon (Episode 6)

Previous Episode (Episode 5) PLAY THE AUDIO FILE BELOW TO ENJOY A BETTER READING EXPERIENCE. Petra was mad at Aneesah. Who would have thought that her friend would make such a rash and impromptu decision like that, without consulting anyone? She had just resumed from...

Purple Ribbon (Episode 5)

Purple Ribbon (Episode 5)

Previous Episode (Episode 4) PLAY THE AUDIO FILE BELOW TO ENJOY A BETTER READING EXPERIENCE. Querah heard the shout and struggle that emanated from her employers' house. For long, she'd suspected that Faisal was abusive towards his wife. The signs were evident....

The Chronicles Of HIV

The Chronicles Of HIV

In this episode of #ArewaDiaries, we tell you the story of a beautiful woman (Malama Sa’adatu) who woke up to the frown of fate’s face on her. After narrowly escaping losing the ability to walk from an injury she sustained as a result of a ghastly motor accident, she...

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10 Places To Visit in Plateau State

10 Places To Visit in Plateau State

There are so many places to visit in Plateau State. The state is located in what can be referred to as the geographical center of Nigeria. The State derived its name from the Jos plateau highlands. Its mixture of temperate and tropical climate attracted many of the...

8 Ways to Prepare Yam

8 Ways to Prepare Yam

Yam has been a Nigerian food as far back as the history of food or Nigeria itself. It has been a source of delicious meals generation after generation, a tool of employment for its farmers and suppliers and, an empowerment strategy for both genders across the food...

The Rise of Child Soldiers in Africa

The Rise of Child Soldiers in Africa

Child soldier is a world practice of using children in ethically and politically related violence. They are seen as cheap and easy to maintain and consider disposable. The menace of child soldiers has crippled many lives of the upcoming generation of kids. The...

5 Proven Natural Hair Growth Tips

5 Proven Natural Hair Growth Tips

One amongst the many desires of every girl is having really long beautiful hair. Hair they can wake up and twist into whatever style comes to their mind. The dilemma of the average Nigerian girl includes not having long attractive hair (in length or quantity). This is...

Green Peas in Northern Nigeria

Green Peas in Northern Nigeria

Green Peas, Pisum sativum L., is another member of the leguminous family. These plants fix their own nitrogen in the soil, like groundnuts. The green seeds are eaten fresh across the globe and the foliage is eaten in some Asian cuisine. Nutritional Value of...

Irish Potatoes in Northern Nigeria

Irish Potatoes in Northern Nigeria

Irish Potatoes, Solanum tuberosum, is a tuber crop of the Solanaceae family. Much like other members of the family e.g tomatoes, sweet pepper, etc., Irish potatoes are short term crops. Irish potatoes come in ranging colors of white, orange, and purple....

Lettuce in Northern Nigeria

Lettuce in Northern Nigeria

Lettuce, Lactuca sativa, is arguably the easiest plant to grow in the world. With a short growing period, lettuce is the test plant for any new method of planting. It has been successfully grown through hydroponics, aeroponics, and aquaponics. Benefits of Lettuce...

Maize in Northern Nigeria

Maize in Northern Nigeria

Maize, Zea mays, is one of the most consumed grains in the world. Its uses are enormous, and more uses for it are still being developed. In northern Nigeria, maize is one of the most common grains and is used in a wide variety of ways including in making Tuwon...

Sweet Potatoes in Northern Nigeria

Sweet Potatoes in Northern Nigeria

Sweet Potato, Ipomoea batatas is a tuber crop that is common in northern Nigeria and Nigeria at large. The edible tubers in contrast to the Irish potatoes are sweet to taste and come in different shapes and colors. The sweet potato tubers can be white, orange, or...

3 Easy Steps to Break an Addiction

3 Easy Steps to Break an Addiction

Many people find themselves engaging in some acts that affect their lives negatively, acts that disrupt their physical, social, and emotional health yet continue doing it times and more with no seemingly sign of stoppage. Are you one of them? Do you have a habit that...

Groundnut in Northern Nigeria

Groundnut in Northern Nigeria

Groundnut, Arachis hypogea L, also known as peanut, like soya beans is a leguminous plant of the Fabaceae. Groundnut is popular across Nigeria and mostly grown in northern Nigeria. They are commonly used in making oil. The byproduct of this process is used in animal...

Soya Beans in Northern Nigeria

Soya Beans in Northern Nigeria

Soya bean, Glycine max, is a member of the pea family. Soya beans are a very versatile leguminous plant that is mostly grown in Northern Nigeria for its high fodder quality and its healthy oil, etc. Its cheese is a replacement for meat in most vegan and vegetarian...

Carrots in Northern Nigeria

Carrots in Northern Nigeria

Carrot is a root crop with color ranging from orange to purple or white. The length of the carrot plant varies between varieties. Some are up to 12 feet long. Some medium-sized and some are much shorter, while others are round. Carrots are popularly grown in Northern...

4 Easy Ways to Prevent Piles (Basir)

4 Easy Ways to Prevent Piles (Basir)

Piles (Haemorrhoid) is Known to the Hausa speakers as 'Basir' or 'Dan Kanoma'. It is one of the most disturbing ailments that don't identify ethnic, gender, or social classes if affects anyone alike! Piles (basir) is a condition in which there is severe pain in the...

Impact of Social Media: Pros and Cons

Impact of Social Media: Pros and Cons

Everything believed to have an advantage —especially man-made inventions— usually gets accompanied side by side with disadvantages. In a century where developments through technological innovations are the order of the day, the internet and social media have made a...

How To Keep Fit as a Computer Geek

How To Keep Fit as a Computer Geek

A century ago, people eat as much as possible to be fat and happy but also work actively in the farms. They go long distances by foot, swim to chase fishes, hunt for bush meat under the scorching sun, and rain to put bread on the table. In these struggles, they...

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