What new Zannah Ngamzaima told Yerwa Express News as our reporter meets him in our maiden edition
Zannah Ngamzaima: I think you are not wrong but I believe in destiny. If that can be an opportunity to serve my people, why not? I will be very happy.
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    Just get it right
    By Mustapha Modu Bama | October 2, 2016, 12:00 pm

    I write with high sense of joy to congratulate the editorial board of Yerwa Express News and everyone involved in taking this giant stride to be in the midst of thousands in the business of information management and dissemination at a time people of Borno and beyond need it the most. Being the first of its kind in the history of Yerwa (Maiduguri) and the entire north-eastern states, if I have not mistaken, Yerwa Express News should emulate the existing prominent newspaper organisations in the quest of disseminating authentic, reliable and timely news stories in and around Borno state.

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    My wife’s last night call

    By Abdulhamid Al-Gazali | October 2, 2016, 12:00 pm

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02 /October 2016

FEATURE: What Kanuri people do during their weddings
By Abdulhamid Al-Gazali | October 2, 2016, 12:00 pm

..what happens after a boy and a girl meet
...decide to get married

In this world, there are as many cultures as can be imagined—each with its distinct features and attributes. This distinctness comes to full glare in the way rituals are conducted. Some cultures are characteristically elaborate and sophisticated in the way rituals such as marriage, circumcision, burial and what have you are conducted; while others are, rightly, simple. A culture is normally, scientifically, as elaborate and sophisticated as its age. Cultures are organic; they continuously evolve and develop new features with new contacts, circumstances, knowledge, technologies and experiences.


Photo of the day.

A photo snapped at the turbanning ceremony of Zannah Ngamzaima on 02/10/2016



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