Afenifere Press Statement. SIEGE ON YORUBA:DONT INSULT OUR PEOPLE

Afenifere welcomes the decision of South West Governors to do something over the siege on Yorubaland by Fulani herdsmen /militia. The situation has degenerated to the point that our people are now afraid to travel on most of the roads in the zone as their safety cannot be guaranteed. But our enthusiasm was dampened by the insensitive,insulting and deeply annoying statement put out by the DAWN commission the Governors charged with the assignment. It is with pain in our hearts that we quote from the embarrassing publication. “2. DAWN Commission…

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Igbo group urge kinsmen to shun Islamization hoax

The South-East Enlightenment Network (SE-EN) has called on all Igbos across the country to avoid being misled into believing the utterly “deceptive” and “humorous” Islamisation hoax. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo planted this seed in May, claiming President Muhammadu Buhari was promoting an Islamisation and Fulanisation agenda. Erstwhile Defence Minister, Lt. Gen. Theophilus Danjuma, and a host of other notable retired officers soon joined the bandwagon, under the aegis of Nigerian Christian Elders’ Forum (NCEF). Owing to the severity of the claim, the South-East Enlightenment Network has advised Igbos to thread…

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TY Danjuma, Innocent Blood And The Wrath Of The Gods

By Okanga Agila The United Kingdom Parliament (UKP) has some difficult task on their hands in Nigeria, a formal colony. The initiative and wisdom of the “All Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Beliefs, UK Parliament” (APPG-UKP) to request for written submissions on the recurrent crises in Nigeria, especially Boko Haram Terrorism (BHT) and herders/farmers crises is eloquent expression of the United Kingdom’s inclination to peaceful nations and peoples around the world. I construe the motive of APPG-UKP as a genuine quest to impact on the global…

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Amnesty International responsible for war in most countries; planning to visit same on Nigeria – Diaspora Group

Concerned Diasporas, a group of Nigerian intellectuals in the United States of America (USA) and neighbouring Canada has blamed Amnesty International (AI) for the rising cases of killings and violence in most countries across the globe. The group came to this conclusion having thoroughly reviewed the activities of the UK-based humanitarian organisation in recent times. To avert impending occurrence in Nigeria, however, these intellectuals have alerted the Federal Government and Nigerians about AI’s systematic plot to disintegrate the nation by whipping up ethnic and religious sentiments. In the report jointly…

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