religious crisis in nigeria

  1. Jules

    Politics Osinbajo - The Ruling Class Is Responsible For The Ethnic And Religious Crisis In Nigeria

    Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo on Friday said Nigeria's elites should be blamed for the ethnic and religious crisis in the country. Osinbajo made the remark at the graduation ceremony of Senior Course 39 of the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, Kaduna State. “The rise of...
  2. Jules

    Politics Osinbajo Warns Christian Leaders - Stop Preaching Hate

    Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has warned Christian leaders to stop inciting hate. Osinbajo gave the warning on Tuesday, February, 7, when declaring open the 14th National Biennial Conference of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria. He said Christian leaders should preach the love of Jesus...
  3. RemmyAlex

    Politics NIgeria: Goodluck Jonathan Behind Religious Crisis - Northern group

    The Middle Belt Patriotic Front has said that former President, Goodluck Jonathan was responsible for religious crisis in the country in his quest for re-election. The Northern group faulted former President Goodluck Jonathan over his recent comments at the US Congress where he reportedly...
  4. Jules

    Politics Reno Omokri - Lai Mohammed is a Liar From the Pit of Hell [VIDEO]

    Reno Omokri in a video posted on Facebook described Lai Mohammed, Nigeria's Minister of Information as a liar from the pit of hell. Reacting to the remarks made by Lai Mohammed during a town hall meeting in Kwara state , Omokri said, ''Lai Mohammed is a liar from the pit of hell and when...
  5. Jules

    World Nigeria Is “Most Dangerous Place For Christians in the World” - US Congress

    The United States House of Representatives says Nigeria has been cited as the most dangerous place for Christians in the world. The Chairman of its Sub-committee on Africa, Global Health, Human Rights and International Organisation, Christopher Smith, stated this in a letter inviting former...
  6. Jules

    Metro THE SPECTATOR: Fulani Herdsmen Are On a Mission to Eradicate Christians From the North

    Douglas Murray in an article for THE SPECTATOR wonders who will protect Northern Christians from the religious cleansing happening in Kaduna and Plateau state. ''The Nigerian government, led by a Fulani president — Muhammadu Buhari — clearly does not wish to protect these people.'' Murray...
  7. RemmyAlex

    Metro Nigeria: 10 Gruesome Killings In The Name of Religion

    Nigeria, the largest African country by population (over 182 million in 2015), is nearly equally divided between Christianity and Islam though the exact ratio is uncertain. Recently, A 74-year old Igbo market woman, Mrs Bridget Agbahime, was beheaded at Kofar Wambai Market, Kano, by an irate...
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