Benue IDP Camp © IamBenue 2019

Development, Stories 22/08/2019 by Ivereniter Tserga

Your Minister’s Portfolio

Whether you support a minister or his portfolio, I think the hilarious part of all this banter, arguments and insults is the fact that: There is still no light in your house. There is still no water. No ambulance will come to pick you up in an emergency. If one needs oxygen in the underequipped hospitals, he will die.  River […]

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Development, Stories 26/12/2017 by Caleb Senda

Why Are Our Helpless Neglected?

Tse-Agberagba is the capital of Konshisha local government area. It is one of the most underdeveloped local government capitals in Benue State. Tse-Agberagba as a Local government capital had no electricity until the last year’s of former Governor Gabriel Torwua Suswam‘s administration.  Taxes are left in the hands of hoodlums, hoodlums that are given authority by the elites. One of the […]

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Development, Stories 26/09/2017 by Stephen Akuma

Kanu Will Be Arrested And Nothing Will Happen

We in Zaki Biam, Odi and Zaira that have experienced what Nigeria Army can do cried to the rooftop, begging people not to follow that conman called Nnamdi Kanu. Kanu was busy issuing out empty threat on how his Army will defeat the Nigerian Army and burn down the “zoo”. Now that the Army organised a simple parade in front […]

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Development, Stories 9/09/2017 by James Swandecoal Ager

Dredging River Benue

About yesterdays visit of the Vice President Prof. Yemi Osibanjo I want to take out time and thank him on this visit for being responsive enough to visit my dear state in a time so many of my friends, family members and relatives have been displaced by the recent flood. I heard people shouting and writing on this platform that […]

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Development, Stories 28/08/2017 by Terver Akase

Governor Ortom Visits Flood-Hit Areas in Makurdi

Benue State Governor, Samuel Ortom, earlier today visited areas affected by flood in Makurdi where many people have been rendered homeless. Below are highlights of the Governor’s tour of the flood-hit parts of the state capital: 1. Governor Ortom sympathized with those affected by the flood 2. He described the situation as sad and unfortunate 3. The Governor called on […]

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Development, Stories 27/08/2017 by Akaafele

Makurdi Flood: Mission To Makurdi By Adopt-A-Camp

The downpour of August 27, 2017 flooded 24 communities in the Makurdi metropolis of Benue State, affecting 81,921 persons from 2,769 households, while submerging and/or impacting 1,574 houses. Although the water level in most areas receded within days, our baseline assessment revealed the need to support the victims through the unpalatable phase of displacement, and the sad experience of losing […]

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