On Tuesday morning of 7th. November, 2017, an unusual impressive gathering of Christian elders and leaders in Nigeria packed full the Shepherdhill Baptist Church, Obanikoro, Lagos where they all in one accord gathered for a special event to deliberate on the challenges facing the Church in the country. After special opening prayer and the rendition of the national anthem by Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), the CAN president delivered the keynote speech at the gracious and auspicious occasion. The Nigerian Church has been through storms over time, and especially in recent years.
...Islamisation agenda is real
...Decries non payment of wages to workers
...Calls on Govts to repair roads, stop medical tourism
...Asks FG to revive the Interreligious Council
Christian leaders in the country Tuesday called on the National Assembly to list all international organisations that Nigeria belongs to with a view to withdrawing her membership from those that are religious.
The Christian Evangelical Students Movement (CESM) represented by Rev. Reuben Ezemadu and The Remnants Fellowship, led by Mrs. Njideka Anyandike, are calling Nigerian Christians to immediate intercession for the country. According to the intercessors, a number of activities that have dire spiritual significance for the country and planned for the month of November, 2017. Details of the wake-up are as follows:
I think I have to speak at last in response to what His Excellency, the VP, Prof Oshinbajo said which seemed to be a misunderstanding of CAN leadership's position on the collaborative grand plan to Islamize Nigeria.
First of all, his statement may be based on his lack of enough facts on the subject matter of the grand plan of Islamization of Africa and Nigeria in particular in which the government of Nigeria has been collaborating with OIC & Islam in Africa Organization.
1. The takeover agenda
The takeover agenda of the Benue valley and the entire Nigeria nation by the Fulani has been there since the time of Othman Dan Fodio. They did not succeed through war, so they fight now through politics and cattle business. The expansionist drive is embedded in their major religion, politics, and their everyday life. They understand their game and are good at it. Unfortunately, most of even our educated folks in the Benue valley seem not to fully understand their plan.
On the mandate of Science and Technology Ministry
October 20, 2017
What has the fencing and interlocking of a mosque in a rural community in Kano state have to do with the core mandate of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology? The above question is bogging the minds of Nigerians and begging for answers from the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology and the National Assembly.
Villagers Hiding in School, Found by Militants and Slaughtered
10/17/2017 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) - International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Fulani militants raided Nkedoron community in Plateau State, Nigeria.
16th October 2017
Plateau Youth G-17 Peace and Progressive Forum.
It is with grief and pains in our hearts that we write this open letter with the conviction that urgent steps and proactive measures will be put in place to address the ongoing killings in some parts of Plateau State which have continued unabated.
Government fundamental role is the protection of lives and property of the people as well as ensuring that their fundamental human rights to life are protected.
A fortnight ago, a Rapid Response Fact-Finding Mission (RRFFM) from the Diaspora visited Nigeria and in addition to the South East IPOB inquiry also visited North Central Nigeria to investigate the latest massacre by Killer Herdsmen.
In part two of its interim report and observations, the RRFFM finds as a fact:
- Fulani Herdsmen attacked and killed a confirmed number of 21 people in the Miango area of Plateau state in September
- About 11 of the victims were children including in some cases siblings from one family and a mother and child
- The massacres occurred a few days after an altercation between a Fulani herdsmen and a farmer over encroachment on his land.
Oct 19, 2017
“YOU know, in my very first meeting with President Buhari, he said he would like us to shift our focus to the northern region of Nigeria and we have done that. Now, it has been very difficult. The work there has been very difficult.” Jim Yong Kim, World Bank President.
If any more evidence is needed that President Buhari has deliberately embarked on running Nigeria’s democracy him as “Government of the Northern Region, by the Northern Region and for the Northern Region”, the World Bank, WB, President has removed all doubt. The very use of the term “northern region” makes it very clear that the man millions of us in the Southern Region trusted, campaigned for and supported is after all a northern bigot. As one of those who trusted him sufficiently to follow him in 2011 and 2015, it is difficult to express the depth of disappointment felt when reading that statement which reflects as much corruption as anything Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke, has been accused of perpetrating. The man who announced in May 2015 that he was for everybody and for nobody has demonstrated in many ways that he was being deceptive. Henceforth nothing he says can be believed.