Please find below an unprovoked and unwarranted defamatory letter written by CAN Officials denouncing Christian Social Movement of Nigeria (CSMN) and its CEO.
Many of them fled from their homes with only what they had on.
They are your brethren.
As part of our efforts to help our persecuted Christian brethren in the various IDP camp, Lay Faithful Trust Fund is requesting for used, but good, clothes from Christians. The need for decent clothing in the various IDP camps is urgent.
Please make it a date on Sunday 7th March 2021 at 5pm.
VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED (VOP)
Topic: Sacked Christian Villages: Any Hope of Regaining the Land?
▪️Over 100 villages in Southern Kaduna
▪️Over 54 villages in Plateau State
Sunday 7th March 2021
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Meeting ID: 975 6150 2754
1. Barr. Dr. Olugbenga Oke-Samuel
2. Barr. Barka Bitrus Agyigra
1. Apostle Richman
2. Raymond Lamai
3. Mayowa Banji
The National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) has noted with concern the flagrant attempt to subvert the tradition and will of the people of Tangale ethnic nationality in Billiri Local Government of Gombe State by the Gombe State Government. This is another clear indication that democracy, in every form, is under threat in Nigeria.
(Watch video report above.)
FULANI HERDSMEN ATTACK SOUTHERN KADUNA AGAIN
Wiped out entire family; father, mother, and three Children
PRESS RELEASE BY THE ATYAP COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION ON THE RECENT KILLINGS IN ATYAP LAND
The Atyap Community make this press release with a heavy heart over the sad incidents that have bedeviled the land in the last few months.
REMINDER Let us come together to defend the rights of a child of God. ZOOM Link:
The Chairman of National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) is a fan of Kwasi Kwarteng, a Negro historian of Ghanaian descent and member of British Parliament who in his book titled Ghost of the Empire selected two countries in Africa. He concluded in his Introduction that: “It is a mistake to think that administrators were motivated by liberal ideals of democracy. In many cases they chose careers in the empire precisely because they were not democrats.
Here is a digression placed before we have even commenced – it comes in form of a question directed at prominent sectors of the international media, and even the United Nations, whose deliberations I recently watched: what’s in a name? Or, straight to the point – why ‘Boko Haram’? That is not the name the Nigerian pustule of a global religious inflamation chose for themselves. Muhammed Yusuf and his founding cohorts had settled for the grandiloquent name of ‘Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati wal-Jihad’ – People Committed to the Propagation of the Prophet’s Teachings and Jihad. Even if Nigerians found themselves ill prepared and ill equipped to cope with this sudden and brutal affliction, they understood and held on to the psychological weapon of – naming! They even declined to concede a shortened version such as – ‘Committed People’, ‘The Prophet’s Jihadists’ or whatever - No, Nigerians , Boko Haram (The Book is Anathema) is what you are, Boko Haram is what your actions read. Language is also an instrument of war. This is a theme that requires addressing in its own right, as a principle of resistance.