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Fulani radicals burn down 4 Christian villages, killing 3 children

Christians in Nigeria take part in funeral festivities in April 2019. | Intersociety Fulani radicals killed 13 people on Monday, including three children, and burned hundreds of homes in attacks on predominantly Christian villages in the West African country’s troubled Middle Belt. Reports indicate that at least four predominantly Christian …

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KADUNA: Why law seeking to ban preaching will not stand — CAN, PFN, clerics

By Sam Eyoboka The passage of the Religious Preaching Regulations Law by Kaduna State House of Assembly is generating angry reactions from Christian leaders. El Rufai, Kaduna Governor Just the way the bill attracted criticisms from different religious bodies and individuals when it was initiated three years ago, many are …

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Leah Sharibu: Henry Claudius Accuses Reno Omokri Of Taking Grants, Selling Books In Dapchi Girl’s Name, Pockets Money

A financial consultant, Henry Claudius, and some other Twitter users have accused a former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, of diverting funds meant for the family of the abducted Dapchi schoolgirl, Leah Sharibu. Using the Twitter hashtag #RenoUndarted, some Nigerians on Twitter accused  Omokri of printing T-shirts branded with Sharibu’s name, …

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39-year-old lawmaker re-elected as Kaduna speaker

– 39-year-old Aminu Abdullahi Shagali has been re-elected as speaker of the Kaduna state House of Assembly – The Assembly also elected Yusuf Zailani (APC), a former chief whip, as deputy speaker. – Shagali had been the choice of the state governor, Nasir El-Rufai Aminu Abdullahi Shagali, the 39-year-old former …

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Governor El-Rufai says he backs agitation for state police

– Governor Mallam Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state dismisses a report which states that he is against the idea of state police – El-Rufai says he could not have opposed the idea of state police having chaired the All Progressives Congress (APC) committee on true federalism – The governor notes …

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