CHIBOK: Government Cover-up

SUMMARY OF CHIBOK 4TH ANNIVERSARY REMARKS & RESPONSE TO CONTINUING INJURIOUS FALSEHOODS: NIGERIA’S GOVERNMENT IS A MASS MANUFACTURER OF FAILURE

Members of the press,

On the Chibok 4th anniversary our hearts go out to the parents. The news of over 90 dead is concerning and there’s need for the government to disclose the truth of what they know especially since the mass deaths have been attributed to them. The Dapchi abduction seems to be an indication that there are no more Chibok girls left to ransom thus they need for a “quick win” with the Dapchi schoolgirl “catch and release” affair. With the news of 93 Chibok girls dead, we can now understand why Dapchi was perpetrated. As a notable expert on the issue, we have tracked the reported casualties over time from 1 Chibok girl dead to 6, to 13 to 60 and finally now 93 as reported.

PROPHETIC WORD BY ISAAC EZE, THE AUTHOR OF GOD'S ETERNAL PLAN FOR NIGERIA.

Let those who have the Spirit of the Lord read and judge.

On the 12-12-17, as I sat in council with Prophetic elders under the leadership of one of the apostolic fathers in the nation I was brought into the Visions of God (Ezk.1:1) and as I watched I saw the Lord give command to Twelve Angels and they were caused to descend on the nation one after the other over a period of twelve hours. I was commanded to sound the golden shofar to mark their descent. I will describe one of the Angels at the end.
Many things happened but I am not at liberty to talk of all of them now. I am only commanded to write thus, whereupon I quote from the Messenger’s Diary of 12-12-17, recorded on 15-12-17:

Christians Must Learn From Leah Sharibu

On Thursday, April 5, 2018 on NTA news at 9pm, President Buhari made a veiled reference to NCEF in his speech when a group of persons purporting to be Arewa Pastors’ Non-Denominational Initiative for Peace in Nigeria led by one Bishop John Abu Richards, who seem to be an intelligence officer with the pseudonym John Abu Richards at Aso Rock Presidential Villa, Abuja.  This group portends danger to all Christians in Nigeria especially when these impostors want the President to link them with the security agencies. 

What Nigeria Needs Is: Truth, Peace and Reconciliation Commission

Memorandum To Alhaji Abubakar Malami, San, Attorney-General Of The Federal Republic Of Nigeria And Honorary Leader Of The Bar

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

In this persuasive 34 page Memorandum, the Chairman of the National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF), Mr. Solomon Asemota, SAN, presents to the Attorney General of the Federation, Mr. Abubakar Malami, SAN, the crucial need that a Truth, Peace, and Reconciliation should take place as basic prerequisite to Restructuring and Stabilizing the Nation. The paper emphasizes reasons for Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Nigeria.

Federal Government Must Free Liya Sharibu – CAN

DAPCHI: CAN Press Statement

Federal Government Must Free Liya Sharibu – CAN

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) rejoices with the families of 104 Dapchi schoolgirls who regained their freedom from the captivity of the Boko Haram terrorists after the intervention of the Federal Government.

The Association, is however, deeply worried, surprised and disappointed that not all the girls were rescue and indeed, that one of them was left behind simply because of her Christian faith .

My daughter not released because she refused to denounce Christ – Dapchi parent, Sharibu Nata

One of the parents of the Dapchi schools girls just released by their abductors, Sharibu Nata, has confirmed the released of some of the abducted girls, but with the exception of his own daughter, Liya Sharibu.

Sharibu said his daughter, according to information at his disposal, was told to embrace Islam to regain her freedom but she refused. The terrorists were said to have  returned 105 girls in nine vehicles same way they took them away.

Project Nigeria 2018

Executive Summary

The list is growing every day, even as the river of blood threatens to keep flowing. Southern Kaduna, Dogo Nahawa, Agatu, Nimbo, Aba, Wukari, Wase, Jos, Chibok, Gworza, Biu, Madagali, Michika, Dapchi, Maiduguri, Damaturu, Madalla, Baga, Bama, Yola, etc, etc. The National Christian Elders Forum, (NCEF) is compelled to ask, how did Nigeria get to this point?

Military Encouraging Herdsmen in Benue

March 7th, 2018

Gentlemen of the Press,

I welcome you to the presentation of our preliminary report.

You will recall that on 24th day of February 2018, we the representatives of Human Rights Groups in this country addressed you here in Makurdi and informed you that we would be embarking on daily monitoring of exercise Ayem a Kpatuma by the Nigerian Army. This public presentation is therefore a preliminary report of our observations, findings and recommendations regarding operations of the Army in Benue State as they affect the herdsmen attacks on the people.

NIGERIA: DOZENS KILLED AS MILITARY LAUNCHES AIR ATTACKS ON VILLAGES BESET BY SPIRALLING COMMUNAL VIOLENCE

The Nigerian authorities’ response to communal violence is totally inadequate, too slow and ineffective, and in some cases unlawful, Amnesty International said today, as clashes between herdsmen and farmers in Adamawa, Benue, Taraba, Ondo and Kaduna have resulted in 168 deaths in January 2018 alone.

“The government must totally overturn its response to these deadly clashes to avoid this crisis getting out of control. They need to investigate and bring suspects to justice,” said Osai Ojigho Director Amnesty International Nigeria.

Blood on Benue River

WASHINGTON – Across the globe, there were various incidences of violence over the Christmas holidays in Egypt, Pakistan, Israel and Nigeria amongst others. However the continuing bloodshed in Nigeria into the new year is deeply concerning.

According to published reports and victim accounts, at least a dozen fatal attacks have occurred this season including:

1. Attack on Carolers in South Kaduna State left 5 Christians killed, others injured Dec 22, 2017 by suspected Muslim Fulani Herdsmen

2. Attacks on worshippers during Christmas service in Benue state left 3 Christians killed and others injured on December 25, 2017 by suspected Muslim Fulani Herdsmen

3. Attacks on 4 churches in Kwara state on New Year’s day. Many injured, raped and properties destroyed on January 1 by local Muslims

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