‘Disgraceful’ Church of England leaves persecuted Nigerians to their fate

Feb 15, 2017 by

by Jenny Taylor, Lapido Media: DOUGLAS Murray, scourge of politically correct liberals, and president baiter who launched ‘the President Erdogan Offensive Poetry Competition’, has turned his guns on the Church of England for its stance on Northern Nigeria. The influential Spectator columnist...

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Who will protect Nigeria’s northern Christians?

Feb 6, 2017 by

by Douglas Murray, Spectator: Every week, there are more massacres, but nobody seems to mind — not even their own government. Another day in northern Nigeria, another Christian village reeling from an attack by the Muslim Fulani herdsmen who used to be their neighbours — and who are now cleansing...

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More Brutality – And More Grace

Jan 31, 2017 by

by Alan Craig: A couple of weeks ago I made my seventh visit in as many years to the persecuted church in northern Nigeria, this time accompanied by a British writer and commentator who wanted to see for himself what is happening there. (I’ve blogged my previous visits, for instance here, here and...

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Bishop tasks Federal Government on suffering Nigerians

Dec 11, 2016 by

By Adelowo Adebumiti, Guardian: The Bishop, Diocese of Lagos West, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Rt. Revd. James Olusola Odedeji has advised the Federal Government to be sensitive to the plight of the citizens, saying the country is very harsh for Nigerians at the moment. At the 17th...

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Nigeria Uyo: Scores dead in church collapse

Dec 11, 2016 by

from BBC News: A church roof has collapsed in Uyo, south-east Nigeria, killing at least 60 people attending a bishop’s ordination. Some reports put the number much higher, with many people believed to be still trapped under the debris. Hundreds of people were inside the Reigners Bible Church...

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Baroness Cox and US Bishop narrowly escape deadly ambush on Nigeria visit

Nov 16, 2016 by

from Global Christian News: Baroness Cox, a leading religious freedom campaigner, and her party of church and charity leaders, avoided an attack by armed Islamist Fulani herdsmen, by a matter of minutes on Monday 14 November. Baroness Cox and Bishop Stewart Ruch III, of the Upper Midwest Diocese,...

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