Originally published in CBN News This week on CBN News Worldbeat, Nigeria’s Muslim president Muhammadu Buhari has been re-elected to another term in office. CBN News Senior International Correspondent George Thomas looks at the impact of his presidency on the Christian population.
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Originally published in The News & Observer Ask worshippers at St Charles Catholic Church what they want most from Nigeria’s presidential election, and the answer is peace. “We don’t want any more bloodshed in Nigeria,” said Everistus Suburu, vice chairman of the church in the northern state of Kano. “We […]
By Elizabeth Kendall — Originally published in Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin As Nigeria’s General Elections loom, one cannot help but feel a dreaded sense of déjà vu. Tensions soared and conflict loomed back in March 2015 as Muhammadu Buhari (a Fulani Muslim from the north) ran for the presidency against the […]
Originally published in News Agency of Nigeria The Aso Villa Chapel, in Abuja, Nigeria, in conjunction with some churches, has commenced a 725-hour (30-day) non-stop praise concert towards a peaceful general election in the country. Pastor Seyi Malomo, the chaplain of the Chapel, made this known in an interview with […]