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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s archbishop is defending a pro-life law that went into effect in Texas and doubling down on his previous assertions that Catholics in good standing cannot support abortion. 

Though Chinese Christians are banned from honouring their own martyrs, they are now required to hold prayer meetings commemorating the 76th anniversary of the "Victory of the Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War" to “demonstrate the good image of peace-loving Christianity in China.”

Niger’s President Mohammed Bazoum on Tuesday decorated Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum, with the country’s second-highest national honour, “de Grand Officer dans I`Ordre”, which is the equivalent of Nigeria’s Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger, GCON.

Another political leader from central Europe is supporting Hungary’s dedication to traditional family values. 

Facebook is getting bashed for sending notifications to users who it deemed as having been exposed to “extremist content” that may be considered too right-wing.

140 students were kidnapped from Bethel Secondary School in Kaduna state, Nigeria over the weekend.

In addition, at least eight people, including a one-year-old child, were abducted early Sunday morning from the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Centre in Zaria.

We know that in these times it takes an immeasurable risk to be a Christian especially in the northern part of Nigeria!

While in the North, no one serving God in Christ, can be sure of living tomorrow. My brother, a soldier of Christ whose blood was spilt for the sake of his faith in Christ went to be with the LORD on the 22nd Sept 2021.

The Plateau State Police Public Relations Office (PPRO) addressed the roadside killing of 22 Muslims in a press statement dated August 14. The statement was published just a matter of hours after the incident, in which youths attacked a convoy of Fulani travelling along a burial processional route being used by mourners burying their dead from recent Fulani-driven attacks in the Jos area.

When 37 Christians were murdered on Tuesday night in Yelwan Zangam community, located just to the north of Plateau State’s capital city Jos, it was the latest example in a years-long trend of militant violence against largely helpless Christian communities in Nigeria.

Thirty-seven Christians were brutally murdered late Tuesday night in Yelwan Zangam community, Jos North LGA, Plateau State.

17-year-old Timothy Dauda, a Christian farmer in central Nigeria’s Miango district, sits on a hospital bed with a gunshot wound in his forearm.

More than fifty Christians have been killed in Jos in retributive attacks after an incident in which twenty-two Fulani Muslims travellers were killed in Jos by attackers of unknown motivation. The killings of Christians and university students happened during a government-mandated curfew ostensibly imposed to allow security forces to operate with maximum effectiveness.

The Federal Government has faulted claims by the President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi, that it has failed to deliver on the timelines on offers made to the union.

It insisted that the timelines had been complied with and “faithfully implemented”.

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Sen. Chris Ngige, revealed that ASUU agreed at their last meeting with the government team on November 27 to call off their nine-month-old strike before December 9.

The Ignatius Ajuru University of Education has suspended three of its students for alleged involvement in the gang-rape of a female undergraduate of the institution.




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I recently explained that, as much as I am sympathetic to the goals of gay Americans who feel that they are simply fighting for equality and freedom, I cannot support those goals for two reasons. The first is biblical: same-sex relationships and endless gender variations violate God’s best plan for humanity. The second is social: when we look at the trajectory of LGBTQ+ activism, we see that it ends up going in a very dangerous and destructive direction.

Approximately 17 months ago the world began hearing about a “new and terrifying” disease that would “kill millions and millions.” As it happens, the disease was nowhere near as deadly as claimed to most, but it was incredibly deadly to the health of our faith.

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