JOS, Nigeria “I want to be a mommy to you.” It was three days before Christmas 2011 when Margaret Ahmed walked into a drug den and declared this to a…
When Mugu Zakka Bako arrived at the scene of twin bomb blasts on May 20, 2014, at a busy market in the city of Jos, Nigeria, he saw more than the destruction and injured people. He saw Muslims and Christians working shoulder to shoulder, helping to rescue people from the debris.
Patricia Gyang, a mother of three, is deaf. Living in Nigeria, where the unemployment rate, according to economywatch.com, ranges from 30 to 50 percent, she is fortunate to have her own business baking pastries, meat pies, and custom made cakes for all occasions.