Rosemary Ganama finds it hard to talk about the day her father’s house was burned to the ground by Boko Haram fighters and her elderly mother was forced to flee to the mountains in the Chibok region of Nigeria, where she hid for almost a week with no food and little water.
As health officials in Dallas, TX scramble to get a handle on the ebola scare there, concerns about the deadly virus hit much closer to home.
Throughout the years, epidemics and plagues have shaken up societies and cultures around the world.
The recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in Africa has begun attracting attention in the U.S. for good reason.
Nigerians in our community are rallying in an effort to gain more national support to find the kidnapped school girls.
Media advisers from the United States and around the world are heading to Nigeria to help find nearly 300 schoolgirls abducted by a terrorist group.
The United States is preparing to send a team of specialists to Nigeria to help search for the abducted schoolgirls. The issue is striking a chord around the world, including here in Maryland.
A Maryland agency has announced the opening of the state’s first trade office in Africa.
Was it a stroke of luck or a mother’s prayer that landed one Coast Guard serviceman a visa to America? He says it’s a combination of both.