Nigerian Church Unites to Overcome Insurgency

The world’s deadliest terrorist group is not in the Middle East. It’s in Nigeria, where the Islamist insurgency Boko Haram and other forces killed more than 4,000 Christians in 2015.

That tally was a 62 per cent increase from the previous year, according to Open Doors, a global charity that supports Christians in places where their faith exposes them to government, social or sectarian hostility.

Turkey backs down on closing Bursa's only Church

The local government of the northwestern Turkish city of Bursa ordered that its only church, which serves four congregations, be vacated by Friday (26 Feb.) before rescinding the order on Tuesday.

Ismail Kulakcioglu, the pastor of the Protestant congregation, said they were given less than a week to vacate the building. Approximately 200 Christians share the church for their Sunday worship services.

The Directorate General of Foundations originally gave oral notice to church leaders on 18 Feb. that they had only five days to leave. It eventually extended the deadline by three days, before removing the order to vacate altogether on 23 Feb.


We bring greetings and best wishes to all Nigerians, both at home and abroad, in the name of the Almighty God. It is our prayer that this nation shall continue to experience peace, unity, and prosperity for all the citizens. Our history as a nation, though not too long in comparison with other nations in the world, has been turbulent and at times full of uncertainty. Nevertheless, God in His mercy has granted us the grace to survive and remain united.

The World's Deadliest Terrorist Group

Boko Haram Leads as Global Terrorist Group

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Boko Haram maintains mass killings in 2016, leads as global terrorist group 

– Relative of abducted Chibok schoolgirls killed in recent atrocity 


February 1, 2016 – This weekend, the world’s number one terror group, Boko Haram perpetrated a massacre in North-Eastern Nigeria that pushed its year-to-date kills into triple digits by January 31.

The Jan 30, 2016 attack on Dalori bears hallmarks of BH’s start of year extinction-level type attacks over the years.

Terrorism by the numbers: Brief History of new year attacks

Zamfara State Demolishes Churches

I am creating awareness on the destruction of the Auditorium of the Nigerian Christian Corpers Fellowship (NCCF) by the Zamfara state government this afternoon (19th January, 2016).

I am creating awareness on the destruction of the Auditorium of the Nigerian Christian Corpers Fellowship (NCCF) by the Zamfara state government this afternoon (19th January, 2016).

The reason why I say it is religiously motivated is because only two other buildings were demolished in Gusau and they are the Dominican Catholic Church and the Anglican church.

Buhari is hurting Nigeria's Electoral Process

Perhaps, because the more vocal sector of Nigeria’s civil society has been co-opted into the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, Federal Government, there is a creeping danger into Nigeria’s electoral system as President Muhammad Buhari has serially refused to obey the provisions of the 1999 Constitution regarding the composition of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, the same body that was reformed and structured to deliver an election that ironically brought him to power.

Cardinal Okogie: Buhari's CHANGE Causing Despondency and Misery

The Archbishop Emeritus of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Cardinal Anthony Olubunmi Okogies, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently retool, refocus and aggressively lead by example on all fronts or risk plunging Nigeria into a state of despondency.

“He must retool, refocus and aggressively face the social, economic (fiscal and monetary) problems we have head on, without letting the anti corruption drive look like a political distraction,” the cardinal noted. Expressing disenchantment with the president’s style, Okogie said: “A snail paced and disordered methodology in governance, his apparent disdain for judicial authority and decisions, a lost today found tomorrow 2016 budget debacle, and a rather rudderless and confused Central Bank with an unclear monetary policy strategy (inevitably increasing the economic uncertainties being faced by Nigerians), have set alarm bells ringing in my mind and in the minds of many discerning Nigerians.

FG resorts to Islamic Bond to fund budget! Islamisation loading?

LAGOS—As the pressure on federal revenue mounts following steady decline in oil revenue, the Federal Government would be resorting to a Sukuk Bond for funding the widening budget deficit.

Sukuk is a financial certificate, similar to the traditional government bond, but complies with Sharia, Islamic religious law.

Nigeria: Why Nigeria Needs to Refrain From Membership of the Islamic Military Alliance


... the Nigerian government must withdraw its steps from joining the alliance, particularly within the context of the "Islamic" label attached to the alliance... The non-inclusion of key players in the region - Iran, Iraq, and Syria - should be a tell-all sign that the intentions of Saudi Arabia for pushing forth the alliance are intrinsically hidden. Therefore, the focus of the government must be to make decisions that not only reflect Nigeria's commitment to credible international action, but also favour all Nigerian's irrespective of ethnic or religious affiliation.

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