On June 26 2012, the Youngstars Foundation organized a two-day program/capacity building school at Bolingo Hotel in Abuja. Among those in attendance was one of the fellows at the Harambe Incubator for Sustainable and Rural Development (HISARD), Samuel Aduwo. Harambe Nigeria’s Staff Writer,...
A poem by Rita Oladokun
Off, the sower departs,
Burying the seeds in parts,
In the medium for it to blow,
Awesome condition for it to grow.
Soon, the seeds disappear,
Behold a new life appear,
Emerging above soil surface,
Occupying the available space.
Earth rejoices as it grow,
Deep into the...
An article by Samuel Aduwo
It is a common Yoruba adage to say “igbe lowo wa” meaning that the resources that brings money is in the bush. So, if education is the foundation of freedom, then agriculture is the life blood of Nigerian livelihood. Unfortunately, these two sectors are not...
A parable by Baffoe Ewere
A great kingdom existed whose land so fertile produced crops second to none and also animals without equal. Its proximity to the sea aided merchandise thereby enticing many foreigners to settle there.The villagers were in fine fettle, moneyed and cheerful until some...
An article by Babatunde Olarewaju
As I trace back to history, there was a time where food was in abundant. God created the earth with lot of animals that will serve as meat and the plants both for food and herbs. They were happy to live because food, clothing and shelter which are the basic...
A short story by Anifat Ibrahim
My mother used to say ‘plants give life’ but I never understood her philosophical talks while growing up until this moment. If she had explained it further, perhaps I would still not have comprehended the power in those words 25 years ago, when I had a...