Tag: Fulani violence

President Buhari, please stop the Muslim slaughter of Nigerian Christians
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President Buhari, please stop the Muslim slaughter of Nigerian Christians

In this hard-hitting article Dr Michael Brown, a prominent US radio host and Christian leader, challenges the Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari on “religious cleansing” in Nigeria and challenges the West to take action. Originally published in The Christian Post Babies are being hacked to death. Children kidnapped. Women raped and […]

Nigerian leaders take protest to US — warn Fulani violence could flood West with refugees
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Nigerian leaders take protest to US — warn Fulani violence could flood West with refugees

By Special Correspondent Former Minister of Defence and respected business mogul, General TY Danjuma (Rtd) has taken his protest against killings in the North Central region of Nigeria to the United States of America. Speaking at a session hosted by the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), in collaboration with Heritage […]

Nigeria Christians want ICC to investigate Air Force ‘complicity’ in ‘genocide’
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Nigeria Christians want ICC to investigate Air Force ‘complicity’ in ‘genocide’

Originally published in World Watch Monitor Six Christian communities in north-eastern Nigeria have announced their intention to take the national Air Force to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over its alleged bombing of their communities in December. Lawaru, Dong, Nzoruwe, Pulum, Kodomti and Shaforon — in the Demsa and Numan […]

‘No hope of peace for Nigeria’s Middle Belt without equality and justice’
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‘No hope of peace for Nigeria’s Middle Belt without equality and justice’

Originally published by World Watch Monitor Obscured by Boko Haram’s headlines, violence has also raged further south, in Nigeria’s Middle Belt: a less reported, years-long campaign which experts now believe has been responsible for more deaths than Boko Haram. Perspectives on Nigeria’s Fulani crisis Nigeria — when Fulani herdsmen and […]

Nigeria — when Fulani herdsmen and farmers clash
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Nigeria — when Fulani herdsmen and farmers clash

Originally published in World Watch Monitor Many experts on Nigeria now believe that violence across the Middle Belt, which World Watch Monitor has reported at length, has been responsible for more deaths than Boko Haram. As Emmanuel Akinwotu wrote last year in the New Statesman, the conflict – between indigenous settled […]