ARDO HAZZAD

ARDO HAZZAD

Bauchi, Nigeria


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ARDO HAZZAD

ARDO HAZZAD is a journalist based in Bauchi, Nigeria and is a seasoned journalist, having put in over twenty years with Nigerian Television Authority as a  News reporter, Newscaster and Marketing Manager.

Experience  includes:
Voice of America Correspondent Hausa Service covering North Easat Region Nigeria 1998- 2000
Correspondent Radio Deutsche Welle 2000-2006 North East States Nigeria
Correspondent BBC Hausa Service based in Kaduna  2006 -2007
Stringer Reuters covering most part of Northern Nigeria 2007-2009
Stringer Bloomberg covering most part of Northern Nigeria 2009-2013.
 Presently based in Bauchi North East Nigeria with Deutsche Welle Radio Hausa Service and Reuters as a Stringer and Translator from Hausa to English where there is need

SKILLS

 
English Hausa
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2012-04-08/nigeria-explosion-kills-50-near-church-in-city-of-k

As many as 50 people were killed in a suicide car bombing today near a church in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna. “It was a big explosion that shook the whole city,” and about 50 people may have died, Shehu Sani, president of the Civil Rights Congress, said by phone from Kaduna. The explosion occurred about 8:30 a.m. local time near the Assemblies of God Protestant church in the city, Sani said. Nobody has claimed responsibility so far. Close all those tabs. Open this email. Get Bloomberg's daily newsletter. Kaduna state’s Emergency Agency said 16 people had died in the city’s four hospitals, though this number didn’t include those immediately killed in the blast, Abubakar Zakari Adamu, a spokesman for the agency said by phone. About 30 others were seriously injured and being treated, he said. Yinka David, a Kaduna resident, said by phone that he counted about 30 bodies at the scene and the bombing happened about 500 meters from the church. Authorities in Nigeria, Afr


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https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/jul/27/boko-haram-nigeria-attacks

Nigerian 'Taliban' offensive leaves 150 dead | World news | The ... https://www.theguardian.com/world/2009/jul/27/boko-haram-nigeria-attacks Jul 27, 2009 ... ... are brought to a police station in the northeastern city of Bauchi after a gun battle in the early morning. Photograph: Ardo Hazzad/Reuters. Africa in Transition » 2013 » April http://blogs.cfr.org/campbell/2013/04/page/2/ Apr 16, 2013 ... (Ardo Hazzad/Courtesy Reuters). This is a guest post by Jacob Zenn, an analyst of African Affairs for the Washington D.C. based think tank, The ... Boko Haram video claims to show missing Nigerian school girls http://www.uniindia.com/boko-haram-video-claims-to-show-missing-nigerian-school-girls/world/news/590637.html Aug 14, 2016 ... Uniindia: By Ardo Hazzad BAUCHI, Nigeria, Aug 14 (Reuters) Nigerian militant group Boko Haram has published a video apparently showing ... A brief look: Scared Nigerian government to negotiate with Boko ... http:


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http://af.reuters.com/article/topNews/idAFKCN10P0I7

Fri 16 Sep 2016 | 6:15 GMT You are here: Home > News > Top News > Article Home News News by Country Top News Sport World Oddly Enough Investing Video AlertNet Humanitarian News About Thomson Reuters Boko Haram video claims to show missing Nigerian school girls Sun Aug 14, 2016 2:50pm GMT Print | Single Page A still image from a video posted by Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram on social media, seen by Reuters on August 14, 2016, shows a masked man talking to dozens of girls the group said are school girls kidnapped in the town of Chibok in 2014. Social Media 1 of 1Full Size By Ardo Hazzad BAUCHI, Nigeria (Reuters) - Nigerian militant group Boko Haram has published a video apparently showing recent footage of dozens of school girls kidnapped two years ago, and saying some of them have been killed in air strikes. Boko Haram seized more than 270 girls from their school in Chibok, northeast Nigeria, in April 2014, part of a seven-year-old insurgency


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