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Herdsmen: Delta Community Bans Consumption Of Beef (Cow Meat)

In a bid to discourage the business of cattle rearing and stifle the activities of armed Fulani herdsmen in their area, the people of Uwheru kingdom in Ughelli North local government area of Delta State, have banned the sales and consumption of beef in all communities in the kingdom. The ban is coming just as... Continue Reading →

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Zambian First Lady, Esther Lungu Cries Over Increased Killing Of Innocent People

Zambia's First Lady Esther Lungu broke down in tears and fell to her knees as she appealed for an end to a spate of mysterious gas attacks that have spread across the country. Police have been unable to catch those who have been targeting homes and schools by spraying victims with a gas that leaves... Continue Reading →

Children among 22 killed in attack on Cameroon village

At least 22 people have been killed in an attack on a village in north-west Cameroon, the UN says. Over half those killed in Ntumbo were children, and local media report that several victims were burned alive. No-one has claimed responsibility for Friday's incident, but an opposition party blamed the army. Cameroon's government, which has... Continue Reading →

Boko Haram Strikes Again In Borno After Buhari’s Visit (Video)

A number of Borno State residents fled their homes Wednesday evening. This followed an attack by Boko Haram at the Jiddari-Polo area, near Maiduguri, the state capital. A video on social media shows people of different ages trekking inward the city center away from the violence. It was gathered that soldiers are engaging them Daily... Continue Reading →

Abducted, Murdered Kaduna Seminarian Buried Amid Tears

A seminarian at the Good Shepherd Catholic Major Seminary in Kaduna State, Michael Nnadi, who was kidnapped and eventually murdered, was on Tuesday buried amid tears. Friends, family, and colleagues could not hold back their tears as the body of the young seminarian was laid to rest at the premises of the school’s cemetery. A... Continue Reading →

Tackle Insecurity For National Growth, CAN Tells FG

The Chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria, Lagos State chapter, Apostle Alexander Bamgbola, has called on the Federal Government to tackle insecurity, saying it is hampering the progress of the nation. Bamgbola made the call in reaction to the increasing attacks and killings by Boko Haram insurgents and bandits. A statement issued by the church on... Continue Reading →

Buhari Abroad While Security Situation Worsens – PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party said the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has abandoned Nigerians in the face of the worsening security situation in the country. The retired major general, who jetted out of the country on Friday, is presently in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where he is attending the 33rd Ordinary Session of Presidents and Governments... Continue Reading →

How Bandits Attacked Police Helicopter In Kaduna

A Police Bell helicopter was downed on Wednesday when men of the Nigeria Police Force attacked and killed terrorists and bandits during an early morning operation in Kaduna State. Police say that over 250 terrorists and bandits were killed as tactical forces stormed Ansaru Terrorists’ Camp. According to Police Spokesman, DCP Frank Mba, the helicopter,... Continue Reading →

8-Year-Old Boko Haram Executioner Used To Execute Captured Christian

A Boko Haram faction called the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) is now using teenagers to execute Christians held hostage in Borno State. This was discovered after ISIS’s Amaq news agency released a video that showed an 8-year-old boy executing a Christian KanyiDaily report. The video was released just after the Christian Association of... Continue Reading →

1,000 Northern Christians Killed In January – Ecumenical Youths

Over 15,000 Christians in the North were killed between 2015 and 2019 in attacks targeted at Christian communities by insurgents and bandits, a coalition of Christians under the aegis of Ecumenical Youths Association, has said. The President of EYA, Daboikiabo Warmate, stated this in an interview with reporters after a press conference on the state... Continue Reading →

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