The Dani people from the central highlands of western New Guinea, Indonesia, have been able to preserve their dead for centuries with smoke. Though the technique is no longer in use, this tribe in Wogi – a village close to the regional capital, Wamena, has held on to a number of mummies. Smoking someone over … Continue reading Shocking Photos : These villagers ROAST their dead with firewood and store, not bury
Children of Tjehuti..... The Vadoma people, also known as the Bantwana tribe, which means children/descendants, are a tribe living in the north of Zimbabwe, primarily in the Urungwe and Sipolilo districts on the Zambezi river valley. The elders of the Vadoma people claim that their remote ancestors were bird like beings who came from the … Continue reading The Vadoma People of Zimbabwe
Ghana has launched a National Alcohol Policy after years of working with key stakeholders to combine the fragmented laws that exist on the production, distribution sale, advertising and consumption of the commodity. The 33-page document would now set out a policy direction aimed at regulating the production, distribution sale, advertising and consumption of alcohol, with … Continue reading Ghana launches National Alcohol Policy
A facebook user named Bodmas P. Kemepadei, shared that the Dolphins were caught in the early hours of Monday at the Brass local government area of Bayelsa State, Nigeria. "Never knew we had dolphins in the country though...Mehn! This is just sad! Look how they butchered that wonderful creature into pieces... a creature that can … Continue reading Photos: Nigerian Fishermen Butcher Two Dolphins For Pepper Soup
The Afro/Hip hop artist Ice Cod or going by his real name Charles Dudu, you couldn't really say has had it all his own way. Starting as a musician in 2008, the Nigeria born artist is currently working on releasing his Album. Igodomigodo.net talked to Ice Cod about his love of Music and his Career. … Continue reading Interview: Meet Ice Cod; The Talent Behind The Music Bobo Eko.
Man dies in Uvwie, Delta hotel after allegedly taking an overdose of sex-enhancing drug. A middle-aged man named Samson was found dead in a hotel room at Ugboroke in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta state after allegedly taking an overdose of sex-enhancing drug, according to Punch Newspapers. The deceased, married with three kids, was … Continue reading Man Dies in Uvwie on Sex-Enhancement Overdose.
In continuation of his philanthropic gesture, Bro. Joshua iginla, the Senior Pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Chikakore-Kubwa, Abuja on Sunday, gave additional N5 million to complete the N10 million promised to a Muslim acid victim, Jamila Yusuf, who was bathed with acid by her boyfriend. Bro. Iginla announced his sponsorship of Jamila's medical trip to … Continue reading Bro. Iginla donates to Muslim acid victim; sponsors her trip for surgery in India.
A survey of two refugee camps in the northeastern city of Maiduguri shows a quarter of the expected population of under-5 children is missing, assumed dead, according to the organization. Thousands of children have died of starvation and disease in Boko Haram-ravaged northeastern Nigeria, Doctors Without Borders said quoting a new survey that is forcing … Continue reading Thousands of children dying in Northeast Nigeria: Survey
Surviving motherhood and infancy in Somalia is a tenuous thing given what the country’s healthcare professionals are up against. Fifteen-day-old Faadumo lies quietly with her big, dark eyes wide open. Her tiny head and dainty fists rest on a nest of blankets, starting with a black shawl. A second one adorned with white dots is … Continue reading Baby in a plastic bag
Please carry out these tests before buying Rice. This is real. Take a spoonful of rice and set it on fire. What happens next will make you tick. China remains the largest rice producer in the world. The Middle Empire harvests more than 200 million tons of rice a year and a large number is … Continue reading Killer Rice Alert