You will agree that the week has been eventful and interesting.

Bounce News brings you a recap of the exclusive stories we published this week. Just in case you missed any.

1) 'Our Businesses Are Dying', Lagos Residents Cry Out

Jumoke is a cold room operator in Coker Estate, Shasha area of Lagos. She sells frozen fish, turkey and chicken in kilograms. 

She is one of the victims of poor electricity supply experienced in the estate and her business is currently being threatened by the power situation.

Jumoke presently spends more than her daily profit powering her generator overnight to preserve her goods.

The residents of the estate under the aegis of Coker Estate Landlords and Residents Association (CELRA) have now decided to take their grievances to the Ikeja Electric firm.

2) Get Pregnant In ‘Afghanistan’ At Your Own Risk

Afghanistan, a community in Akko local government area of Gombe state, is said to be the worst place to get pregnant.

The reason is not far-fetched - pregnant women in the community face a lot of hardship to put to bed because of lack of maternity homes or hospitals.

Dwellers in the 14-year old community that is home to more than five thousand households, are Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and very poor families.

Investigation by Bounce News revealed that the community is 3.6 kilometers away from the Gombe metropolis, yet residents suffer lack of access road, drinking water, schools and hospitals.

3) How Community Vigilantes Nabbed Okada Thieves In Delta

Thursday night in a community in Delta State was a day for the owner and not a day for the thief.

Two young men suspected to be specialists in snatching motorcycles from owners and robbing them of their belongings became the ones on the run, as they attempt to escape arrest. 

It happened in Ubulu Okiti, a community in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta state. 

They had approached the woman, robbed her and snatched her motorcycle from her while on her way home after shutting her shop in Issele Uku for the day. 

4) How Boko Haram Caused Severe Water Scarcity In Gombe

The issue of water shortage in Gombe state has raised questions in recent years.

It was said to be a thing of the past during the administration of Danjuma Goje but has reared reared its ugly head in the administration of Governor Ibrahim Dankwambo.

The situation has also become an issue used to campaign against Dankwambo and the Peoples Democratic Party.

Most actors in the Gombe state chapter of APC have on several occasions and in various radio programs promised to address the water scarcity not just in Gombe metropolis but the state in general.

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