Insecurity: Inter-Faith group appeals to CAN, others to see President Buhari as leader for all

The National Inter-Faith Religious Organizations for Peace (NIFROP) has urged the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and other religious bodies in the country to embrace President Muhammadu Buhari as a leader for all.  According to the foremost interfaith-faith group, the president has never demonstrated bias against Christians, Muslims or any other religious sect in the country.  This unshakable faith in the unity of Nigeria, the group reckoned, was visible at the last polls in 2019, in which Nigerians across religious and ethnic lines massively voted for the president.  NIFROP’s remarks trails CAN’s insinuation…

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NCPC Boss Bags PFN Excellence In Leadership Award

By Ebriku John Friday The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev. Yakubu Pam has been honoured with an Excellence in Leadership Award by the National Leadership of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN). The award which was presented to him in his office in Abuja on 5th March, 2021 by Rev. Stephen Dangana on behalf of the National Leadership of PFN. Speaking during the award presentation, the NCPC boss described PFN as “one credible and fastest growing movement in Nigeria”. He commended the credible transition process in…

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Group faults RevolutionNow protesters over calls for Buhari’s resignation

A pan socio-cultural group, Nigeria First, has condemned the purported rally by Omoyele Sowore-led RevolutionNow movement demanding for President Muhammadu Buhari’s resignation.  According to the group, Sowore, having failed legitimately to become president, aims to make the country ungovernable for the current administration, not minding the consequences.  The Nigeria First movement made these known at a press conference on Friday in Abuja.  In his address titled ‘Omoyele Sowore: A call for caution in Nigeria’, the group’s Deputy President, Ndubisi Nwogu, noted that the self-acclaimed activist is not acting in insolation.  Mr Nwogu…

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COVID-19 and NPHCDA’s rescue mission

By Philip Agbese  At last, salvation from the asphyxiation of the COVID-19 pandemic for Nigeria looks very certain now. Like the popular idiomatic cliché, there is now light at the end of the tunnel. A bright hope and reality of the total freedom from the sickening torments of the global coronavirus pandemic on Nigerians stares in the face and patiently waiting to proclaim its victory.   Soon and very soon, the COVID-19 induced deaths; agonizing days and months of illness and treatment of victims and the lonely burial of beloved ones…

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