Tag: Nigeria’s Middle Belt

Nigeria ‘aiding’ Boko Haram by freeing hundreds of jihadis who’ve repented, activist warns

Originally published in The Christian Post The Nigerian government is “aiding and abetting” the deadly Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram by releasing captured militants who have “repented,” a Christian activist has said. As the Borno state-based Boko Haram has made a name for itself as one of the world’s deadliest […]

Christian slayings continue in Nigeria as president blames violence on ‘climate change’

By Elizabeth Kendal — Originally published in Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin On August 28 the Christian stronghold of Nunman LGA in Adamawa State was rocked by a Fulani-led political assassination (beheading). Meanwhile, massacres continue in Plateau State and a growing number of Nigerian civic, political and religious leaders are convinced […]

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 […]

‘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 […]