Some days back coming from my place of work i was robbed and beaten and my bag was stolen from me including phone and laptop i lost access to my password that i saved on my phone and laptop including the hardcover where i wrote it. I was still signed in with the PC at home but i could not get out my password. I searched all saved password on my chrome at home but unfortunately i didn't save my smoke password so i lost access to my account completely. my chrome still showing my session running for the account but i cannot find anything there.
After four days i have decided to move on with another account. if you have followed me on the previous account kindly follow me on this again.
My last event before the incident
Nigeria is facing a series of interconnected economic and humanitarian crisis which, if not resolved, will disrupt basic life-support systems, contribute to the worsening of already fragmented security structures and perpetuate underdevelopment and indebtedness.
Abuja, Nigeria – Yahaya a pastor from the ‘Redeemed Christian Church of God’ and a Computer Science Graduate of the University of Maiduguri struggles daily to keep his facilities afloat that offer education for children in the region. Yahaya, nicknamed ‘HOD’ earns a small income by offering computer installation/repair courses in Abuja and Lagos, however his education work with children on essential computer skills is done, absolutely free.
He escaped the deadly ‘Boko Haram rebellion‘ in his home state of Maiduguri more than three years ago. Resulting in the loss of his house and parents. He also lost the use of one of his legs as a result of the conflict in the region.
After University I joined my Father as a farmer as there was a lack of Jobs for me locally. I had experience as a farmer in Baga before Boko Haram (a militant Islamic group working out of Nigeria) took over our farmland and killed my family. They attacked my village and seized all our harvest. What they could not carry they burned.” The graduate of computer science, farmer and a pastor told the smoke and PAC team in Africa.
Providing support in the region
Next to a dusty playground on the edge of a refugee camp, a mother sits on a small piece of stone as the sun beats down on her face, palms on her cheeks. Beside her, in contrast, is a rich Major Generals house who has shown no interest in giving financial aid to the local economy…
The last people who visited this particular camp, posing as an NGO (Nigerian Government Official) came in with gifts tied in a bag which had explosives inside. Fortunately for them, inspections are always carried out on all donations and foreign items before taking them into the storage facilities nearby. The explosives were identified before they could be detonated, EOD anti-explosive teams were called immediately.
The over eight-year campaign of violence by Boko Haram, which roughly translates to “Western education is forbidden”, more than 20,000 people have been killed and a further 2.6 million have been injured or made homeless.
Despite the government’s military offensive against the armed group, which wants to establish a strict interpretation of Islamic law, Boko Haram has continued to carry out deadly attacks in northern Nigeria.
The Nigerian Government are doing nothing about the condition at which this people live. The money that was meant to rehabilitate them was stolen by one of the government officials which amounts to over N28 billion. There are 3,000 people in this camp alone.
During our time with them we only asked for a handful of them to take pictures with us as we didn’t come with the required security operatives and we need to be careful with a large crowd. People have been here for more than five years. There is no food, no water, no healthcare and adequate schooling for the children. Life here is very tough, it is miserable.
We agree to visit one of the Camps in Abuja, with the funding and supplies necessary to provide food and clothing for the people and children. I and my friends @bmok and @dee010 sold off some of our smoke and i sold off some of my $PAC master node rewards.
We were able to supply more than 100 pairs of clothes for the children, a large amount of food, water and toys for them. The children have no schooling, their ‘classroom’ are derelict buildings considered to be worse than prisons with no chairs, tables or any writing materials.
People live in houses made from political parties fliers and cement bags, some are without roofs which means when it rains they will have to suffer both water and cold with a high risk of becoming ill.
We had a nice time with the kids at the IDP camp. This children have no parent again as most of their father or mother have been killed by Boko Haram.
Many of the staffs there called us smokers because of the shirt we wore. And they all wanted some shirt so we gave them out.
We also gave a shout out to @psyceratopsb and his lovely wife for their 1000 Days anniversary.