Reporter's Diary: My Sad Tale After Resumption

 By Ismaila Biliaminu Manne

It was a glowing day upon my arrival at the Seat of the Caliphate, Sokoto State, where the heat of the scorching sun is everyone's breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

After a long journey of about 24 hours from my local government, Baruten Local Government, Kwara State, I was welcomed with the unwanted breakfast (heat) that I never anticipated.

But I have to sum it up with my journey's affliction and distress as there was neither a way nor option to escape it.

“You Did Not Even Meet Anything” - UDUS TP Student.

It was a perilous experience upon my resumption, I was gravely lamenting about my encounters with my comrades that are yet to resume. With a pitiful voice, Iliyasu Bio, a teaching practice student of UDUS, who did his Ramadan in Sokoto, said to me that the weather was even better at that point in time.

 "You did not even meet anything, you should thank God the weather is even good now, compared to the Ramadan period,” He told me.

 “This Is What We Have Been Facing” - Akere

Abdulrasheed Akere is another teaching practice student of UDUS, who did his Ramadan in Sokoto. In a conversation with him, he said that was what they have been facing since they returned to Sokoto.

"Ever since we returned to Sokoto, this is what we have been facing, imagine, also juggling Ramadan with our teaching practice activities at that time," he said.

However, a week after my resumption, I felt sick of the hot weather, and according to preliminary findings, it was Migraine sickness, which can be caused by weather changes.

According to Medical News Today, Migraine is a headache of varying intensity, and it sometimes precedes certain food and drink, stress, and exercise.

 "Migraine is a headache of varying intensity, often accompanied by nausea and sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine headaches are sometimes preceded by warning symptoms. Triggers include hormonal changes, certain food and drink, stress, and exercise." 

Nevertheless, receiving lots of treatments from various medical experts helped cure and prevent me from the menace. Now, I am gradually adapting to the atmosphere.

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