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Nigeria: Religious Leaders, Activists Express Concern On High Prices Of Foodstuff

Winifred Bulus Religious leaders and activists in Nigeria have expressed concern with the high prices of commodities, goods and services, calling on government to immediately intervene to safe the ugly situation.                                They observed that despite the continuous daily appreciation of naira over the foreign currencies in Nigeria, traders seem to be taking  advantage of […]

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Use Mosque For Primary Education, Nigerian Emir Urges Northern Leaders

One of Nigeria’s Northern Emirs, the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, has advised states in Northern Nigeria to use Mosques to offering primary education instead of constructing more classrooms in the midst of scarce resources. According to him, since there are many Mosques in the region and across local government’s areas, they could function […]

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Sudan: Minister Condemns Hatred Campaign Against Sudanese Christians

… after Extremists Calls for Boycott of Christmas Celebration Sudanese Minister of religious affairs on Wednesday condemned hatred campaigns by extremists Islamists groups calling to boycott Christmas celebrations and other Christian events, while reiterating his support to religious coexistence in the east African nation. During the celebrations of Christmas by the Sudanese Catholic and Coptic […]

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Christian Body In Nigeria Declares January 8th National Day Of Mourning Over Killings In Kaduna Communities

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has declared January 8, 2017 a national day of mourning over the killings in Southern Kaduna and other part of the country. The day would be observed as a fervent day of prayer and empathy for those affected by the crisis. A statement signed by the CAN general secretary […]

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ECWA Tasks Government On Alleviating Plights Of IDPs In Nigerian Communities

Kaduna (Nigeria) – The Evangelical Church Wining All (ECWA) has called on both governments at the federal and state level  to act fast in alleviating the sufferings of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in southern part of Kaduna state, saying, most of them are still taking refuge in public primary schools. Secretary of the 19 […]

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Despites Ban Of Activities In Some States, Shi’ites Insist On Arbaeen Trek Tuesday

By Longtong Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) — The Islamic Movement in Nigeria also known as Shiite on Monday insisted that in spite of the incident that happened in Kano and the banned on their activities, it would go ahead to mark the annual Arbaeen trek in fulfillment of its religious activities across the country on Tuesday. […]

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Nigerian Church Anniversary: Muslim Woman Donates To Church Choir, Others

Muslim women, youths and scholars in Kaduna city, northern Nigeria, on Sunday joined other Christians from neighbouring states to worship in a Church service aimed at promoting peaceful co-existence, religious tolerance, and better understanding. The Church, Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry opened its door to non Christians to observe its 8th Anniversary – the Church […]

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As Kaduna Declares Shi’ite Sect Illegal, Group Says, ‘We Can’t Be Intimidated’

By Longtong Ibrahim Kaduna (Nigeria) — The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) also known as Shi’ite has said it would not be intimidated by the declaration of the Kaduna state government banning its activities in the state, declaring its society as unlawful. The Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai had on Friday issued a statement banning […]

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