Isaac Abrak is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Abuja-NigeriaI have ten years of experience working in Nigeria. He has worked for Reuters,The Guardian, BBC, CCTV, EWTVPL, IBtimes, Wall Street Journal, The Republic, NRK, Swedish TV, among many others. He is a winner of the Mohammed Amin Reuters Award and also has filmed award winning documentary. He says 'I have covered the Boko Haram war deeply. And I love Journalism!'
This is a tale about a little Nigerian girl whose parents and siblings are HIV positive, the story highlights the challenges faced by people living with the virus in developing countries, particularly Africa.
This story xrays the circumstances leading to the abduction of the school girls in the town of Chibok, northeastern Nigeria.
A story on how Boko Haram established its Islamic Calipahte in Nigeria,through the accounts of witnesses.