Today is my mother 75 years Birthday, if she would have been around. 23 years ago her body gave up.
I want to promote the most important pictures I ever taken today. All pictures are from Zinder region in Niger. One of the tuffest and most harsh area in the world in one of the worlds poorest countries. My 10 days close to Lake Chad, in the land of Boko Haram will never be the same. Miss you all and until we see each again. All my love 💕 #Niger#Zinder#sahel#westafrica#desert
what to do when you're havin' fun riding 8's and 0's on the #zinder square under a #jeansbluesky and suddenly the weather gets dramatically unpleasant ☔️ . . . The cappuccino @zindercafe brings peace ✌🏻
Aujourd'hui nous partageons avec vous des photos de nos deux présentateurs (Fanta Chamsou et Abdoulaziz Seyni) en plein enregistrement de l'émission ANNURI du programme PRG. Une émission en haussa, diffusée par 18 radios partenaires, dans les 4 régions: Agadez, Diffa, Niamey et Zinder.
Today we share with you pictures of our two presenters (Fanta Chamsou and Abdoulaziz Seyni) who are recording the PRG program. PRG is one of Equal Access' programs that works to encourage peace in Cameroon. This show is distributed by 18 partner radios, in 4 regions of Cameroon.
Photo and caption taken from the PRG Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PRG-135102290391250/
When I saw an article entitled " the 2018 satanic budget I thought there was something satanic in this budget. But when today I learned that in this year's finance laws we planned to tax the inheritance, so I thought: Yes! It must be sheytan to make such a law; and whoever has made this proposal has completely lost its reason.
It is not all economic and fiscal theories that apply stupidly in all contexts. We are in Niger where the majority of citizens are Muslim; and according to our belief, God has shared the inheritance in his holy Koran and no one outside the heirs can be entitled.
But I understand, we are governed by people who have nothing from Niger except for being born there. Culturally and socially, they are westerners; they are ignorant of the people because all their business is settled between niamey and western capitals.
They hide behind secularism to apply tax theories that are inappropriate to the cultural and social context of the people they are supposed to represent. That's too bad.
What they do not know is that with this project it is not the opposition that they will have to do, but to all the people of Niger. Unfortunately, the opposition will benefit even if it is even worse.
Product of copycatism.
Indeed the government is going against #islam#sunnah#sunna#quran#hadiths#hadith#niger#nijar#niamey#maradi#dosso#diffa#agadez#tahoua#tillabery#zinder
Studio Masters is een Tielse rap formatie die sinds de jaren 80 bezig zijn met muziek. Na diverse muzikale omzwervingen hebben ze de microfoon weer opgepakt en hebben ze een EP gedropt. Op 25 november staan ze op Jazzmatazz in hun thuisstad Tiel.
-- Zinder Profil 📍
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- La ville de #Zinder est conquise par les Français en 1899 sous le règne du sultan dan Tanimoune (Amadou Kourandaga) puis fait l'objet d'une vingtaine tentative de reprise par les Touaregs durant la Première Guerre mondiale. La population croît pendant la première moitié du xxe siècle avec l'installation progressive des nomades de la région. De 1900 à 1903 puis de 1911 à 1926, Zinder est la capitale du Territoire militaire puis de la Colonie du Niger. Après que les Français ont été chassés de la ville par le Hero Dan Tanimoune dit Sultan Kouran Daga, la capitale a été transférée à Niamey, qui était alors un village au bord du fleuve Niger. Source : Wikipedia
👀 Keep your eyes open for @pierreterdjman’s photo of young girls in Niger knitting hats, which was installed as part of @prixbayeuxcalvados’ education week!
In #Zinder , the Young Workers' Association of Niger, supported by @unicef, is working to rehabilitate girls who are #victims of #violence . It offers #sewing , knitting and #dye training for 35 #adolescent#girls aged 14 to 18 years. Ten of them are paid 10,000 FCFA (50 USD) per year while the other 25 are paid for by the household. In Zinder, where the phenomenon known as "Palaces" develops, gangs commit robberies, violence, assault or rowdy fights. Girls are particularly vulnerable and abused. Reunification with families is a priority for those responsible for this unique project in Niger. 📷: @pierreterdjman for @unicef