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Frustrating Southern Kaduna’s Indigenous Traditional Structures: A move to complement the Jihad in the Middle Belt

By Steven Kefas In Nigeria the traditional institution predates both the Uthman Danfodio Jihad and the colonial administrations. This is evident in the fact that before the arrival of Uthman Danfodio into Nigeria the indigenous people of the North and South had their various traditional leadership system which was serving them pretty well.These traditional leadership system had leaders who were […]

Wole Soyinka endorses PSJ’s ‘Silent Slaughter’ report

Nobel Laureate, Professor Wole Soyinka has endorsed ‘Silent Slaughter’ a publication made on the killings going on in Nigeria. The compendium which captures in detail, the killings of genocidal proportion going on in the country was published by the International Foundation for Peace and Social Justice also known as PSJ in collaboration with The International Committee on Nigeria (ICON). Addressing […]

Ethnic cleansing in the Buhari’s Nigerian Armed Forces

By Steven Kefas There is an ongoing systematic ethnic cleansing going in the Buhari Nigerian Armed Forces. Military plane crashes and death of military officers and men under very controversial circumstances in Nigeria seem to have assumed a very disturbing dimension in the last few months. These occurrences begun shortly after a popular Islamic Cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi was seen […]

Jos, May You Live in Peace

I just heard that a curfew has been imposed on Jos, the Plateau State capital, following the massacre of 22, some say 35, Southwest-Muslim passengers by people suspected to be Irigwe youths at Gada-biyu section of the Zaria Road in Jos metropolis two days ago. The killing of the innocent travellers itself came a week after a reported reprisal attack […]

Chibok: The Man Who Returned With Ruth Pogu Is Not Her Husband

By Reuben Buhari It was night and the female students of Government Girls Secondary School in the town of Chibok, Borno State had retired for the night on 14th April 2014. Suddenly, Boko Haram terrorists invaded and violently abducted 276 girls from the school. Parents were thrown into unimaginable anguish. Innocent girls, mostly 15 – 18 years found themselves among […]

Christians worship in rubble amid Maiduguri church demolition

By Steven Kefas On Sunday, in what exemplified the scriptural saying that “the church of God shall march on and the gate of hell shall not prevail against it”, members of the demolished EYN church Maduganari in Maiduguri congregated at the demolished site to worship God. The congregants who were seen siting on the rubbles held normal Sunday service, singing […]

The Killings In Southern Kaduna, Benue, Plateau are not about climate change; it’s genocide – Revd Henry Ndukuba

Western governments and media outlets have accepted the “politically correct narrative” that the killing of thousands of Christians in Nigeria is the result of climate change and a fight for economic resources, the Primate of Nigeria, the Most Revd Henry Ndukuba, said this week. They had chosen to “ignore all the indices that show that minority Christian tribes are systematically being wiped out by […]

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