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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 […]

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 […]

French Philosopher, Bernard Henri-Levy cries out at the killings of Christians in Nigeria

By Steven Kefas Renown French Philosopher, Bernard Henri-Levy has called on the U.S Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken to intervene in the continuous massacre of Christians by Fulani jihadists in Nigeria. Henri-Levy who is also an activist made the call via his Twitter handle, @BHL on Tuesday. Levy tweeted: “Secretary #Blinken, help! I receive news everyday from my #Nigerian friends. […]

SPECIAL REPORT: Attacks, Hunger, Occupation and Government Complicity in the Middle Belt Region of Nigeria

By Steven Kefas When my brother and friend, Beevan Magoni of Nigerian Info FM informed me of a planned media tour of the attacked communities in Zangon Kataf local government area of Kaduna state, I didn’t know what to tell him. Visiting communities under terrorrists attacks in Southern Kaduna is something I have been doing since 2017 but this time […]

How the death of Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau could lead to a more unified jihadi insurgency in northeast Nigeria

Boko Haram, the jihadi insurrection associated with some 350,000 deaths since 2009 in northeast Nigeria, was characterized by factions—conflict among which was bloody—though at times they appear to have cooperated tactically. Now, the faction associated with the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS), the Islamic State in West Africa (ISWA), is claiming to have incorporated the followers of the rival faction led by Abubakar Shekau. (Two […]

PSJ UK Submits Evidence to UK Inquiry on Nigeria

The Foreign Affairs Select Committee in The House of Commons at Westminster recently launchedan Inquiry and called for submissions of evidence from organisations and individuals with expertiseand interest on Nigeria as it seeks to dive deeper on the Nigeria – UK relationship, particularly inlight of ‘The Integrated Review’. The newly merged Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) has been set […]

Enough is enough! Women in Plateau State protest killings by Fulani herdsmen

A crowd of women and children protesters in Riyom Local Government Headquarters of Plateau State in North-Central Nigeria blocked major highways on Wednesday July 14th, 2021. The protest is to decry the killings of 2 natives namely, Mr. Titus John, 32 years and Mr Iliya Dalyop, 50 years characterizing part of the state of insecurity bedeviling Plateau State particularly, villages […]