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A rice farmer, Kabiru Zelani has been sentenced to death by hanging for overpowering his assailant, said to be a herder.

He had overpowered the herder, identified as Ardo Ali and stabbed him to death in Adamawa State. 

On Tuesday, gunmen raided the staff quarters of the University of Abuja in central Nigeria and kidnapped six people.

“Suspected bandits attacked the staff quarters of the university in the early hours of today. We have a report that four of our staff and their children were, nevertheless, abducted,” the university said on its Facebook page.

A major Christian advocacy group in the U.K. has launched a prayer campaign in response to looming government legislation aimed at banning what is derisively referred to as “conversion therapy.” If such as ban goes into effect, it might also prohibit clergy from praying for people struggling with same-sex attraction and gender confusion. 

Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna: Zamfara State indigenes have vowed to declare the names of 84 bandits’ informants uncovered and to publicly expose them in one or two weeks to come. Leader of ‘Coalition of Rescued Mission Zanfara State,’ Dr Suleiman Shuaibu Shinkafi disclosed this, while briefing journalists in Kaduna on the bandits’ attacks, which left five persons dead and seven others lying unconscious in hospital as a result of serious bullet wounds. 

Christiana Gokyo, Jos: The Adamawa State Displaced Persons (IDPs) had staged a peaceful protest, against the Northeast Development Commission (NEDC), for flagging off housing projects 300 kilometres away from where they needed.

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. 

Yet again, militant Fulani herdsmen have attacked two farmers in Nigeria’s Plateau state, this time killing two men while they were attending to their farms.

Lay Faithful Trust Foundation, in collaboration with VFC and The Lifeline Hub, UK, conducted another distribution of clothes to IDPs in Kofai IDP Camp, Ardo-Kola, Taraba State.

Te'egbe, a community under Miango District was attacked in the early of 26th November 2021. The attack lingered for more than 2hrs from 12 am-2 am.

On Tuesday, religious freedom advocacy group International Christian Concern (ICC) named the Taliban, Kim Jong-un, and Nigeria the top 3 Christian persecutors of 2021.

ICC, which has been a leading voice on Christian persecution since 1995, announced the distinctions in a 150-page report on the 24 worst oppressors for Christians. In determining the top 3 worst persecutors, ICC chose one country, one entity and one individual.

Lay Faithful Trust Foundation conducted another round of distribution of clothes to IDPs in Southern Kaduna on Thursday 18th November 2021. The current exercise was done inside St. Thomas Catholic Church, Mallagum, Southern Kaduna. The IDPs in the environment converged inside the Church building for the project.

Pwaguri Hickson is a 34-year-old father of five from the village of Bolon in Adamawa, Nigeria. He is one of the beneficiaries of ICC’s farm projects, which serve communities destroyed by Fulani militants. Hickson served as a secretary during the implementation of the Kikan farm cluster.

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.

The National Consensus Movement (NCM) held another meeting on 13th November 2021 as follow up to its meeting in October 2021. The goal of the NCM is to build Christian political unity as an imperative prerequisite towards restoring balance and order in the polity.

National Consensus Movement (NCM) is a body of concerned Christians and Nigerians desirous of good governance, justice, equality, and fairness in the country. It is not an arm of any political party nor is it sponsored by any political interest group.

The Imperative Of Christian Political Unity


Peace and mercy to you, in the Name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.

National Consensus Movement (NCM) is a body of Christian professionals committed to the peace and unity of Nigeria and the well-being of Christians. We are non-denominational, multi-ethnic, and without affiliation to any political party or any political interest group. Our goal is to foster political consensus and unity in the Church as a basic prerequisite for good governance, justice, equality, and fairness in Nigeria.

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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