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Nigerian Journalist: "when The Next Generation Com

Friday, September 30, 2022
This week in Nigeria Report: CSI 39;s Joel Veldkamp and Franklyne Ogbunwezeh interview Masara Kim, a courageous Christian journalist from Plateau State in Nigeria, about the situation for Chri ...

Pastor Who Survived Jos Riots Describes How He Cheated Death

Friday, September 23, 2022
Jos, in central Nigeria, was the scene of large-scale religious riots in September 2001 that left over 1,000 people dead. Rev. Bright Mctitus, a pastor at the Anglican Church Jos, was attacked at home simply for being a Christian. Declared dead, he spent three days in a mortuary before doctors prepa ...

Persecuted Human Rights Activist Luka Binniyat To Appear In Court

Thursday, September 1, 2022
Seven months after his release from jail, Nigerian journalist and human rights activist Luka Binniyat will appear in court in Kaduna on 6 September to answer charges of cyberstalking. Ahead of the hearing he said he was feeling ldquo;hopeful and optimistic rdquo; about the outcome. The 57-year-o ...

More Chibok Girls Win Their Freedom As Pressure Mounts On Boko Haram

Wednesday, August 24, 2022
This week in Nigeria Report: It was a story that shocked the world: on the night of 14 April 2014, Boko Haram militants seized 276 schoolgirls from their dormit ...

Steven Kefas: How I Slipped Out Of Nigeria Amidst Threats To My Life

Friday, August 19, 2022
This week in Nigeria Report: Steven Kefas is one of the leading journalists covering the slow genocide of indigenous Christians in his native state of Kaduna. Last month, the threats agains ...

“Faith Without Works Is Dead”: CSI, Nigerian Church Leaders, And Baroness Cox Re

Friday, August 12, 2022
This week, the 2022 Lambeth Conference, the once-a-decade gathering of bishops of the Anglican Communion from around the world, came to an end. Among the Conference rsquo;s concluding statements issued on 8 August was a ldquo;statement of support for Nigeria, rdquo; sponsored by the Archbishop of C ...

Kaduna State: Terrorists Threaten To Force Kidnappedchristian Women Into Sex Sla

Friday, August 5, 2022
This week in Nigeria Report: journalist Amaka Okoye reports on the growing and alarming trend of Christian clergy being kidnapped and murdered across Nigeria. On July 15, Father Chietnum John Mark w ...

Nigeria: CSW Concerned For Welfare Of Professor Tarfa As Notice Of Appeal Submit

Thursday, August 4, 2022
CSW is concerned for the welfare in detention of Professor Richard Solomon Musa Tarfa, the co-founder of the Du Merci orphanages for vulnerable children in Kano and Kaduna states, Nigeria, who is currently serving a two year prison sentence in Kano state. The professor, who was convicted by a Kan ...

Terrorists Threaten To Marry Off Christian Women Kidnapped In Kaduna State

Friday, July 29, 2022
This week in Nigeria Report: journalist Masara Kim reports on recent mass kidnappings of Christians in Kaduna state, and fears that kidnapped women will be forced into sex slavery ...

Nigeria: CSW Congratulates New President Of Christian Association Of Nigeria

Friday, July 29, 2022
CSW congratulates The Most Rev Daniel Okoh on his inauguration as president of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN). The Most Rev Okoh was inaugurated on 28 July as part of a three-day assembly at the National Christian Centre in Abuja which concludes on 29 July with a Handing-Over ceremony ...
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