Boko Haram and the Nigerian Conscience By Martins Agbonlahor

The aim of this write-up is not to catalogue the butcheries of this sect, but to ask the question any rational individual would ask: Why has the Nigerian government been unable to nip Boko Haram’s notorieties in the bud?

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Covid-19 fuels “hidden pandemic” of abuse and exploitation, say new report

Covid-19 is fuelling a growing, hidden, “shadow pandemic” of gender-based violence, abduction and trafficking, directed towards Christian women and girls around the world.

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The World We Want launches ambitious “Humanifesto”

The World We Want (WWW), a purpose-driven global social impact enterprise launched to accelerate the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable
Development Goals.

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Mahmoud Hussein: A Salute to Courage – By Martins Agbonlahor

Aljazeera’s journalist, Mahmoud Hussein, was released two weeks ago in a move that had been completely unexpected – not because there was evidence for his incarceration – in fact, there was not even a shred of it nor was there a scintilla of proof to justify the harsh treatment he had received, but because he had been jailed cruelly and unjustly for years.

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Nigerian kidnapping: ‘Nigerians are waiting for the Government to act’

Nigeria and its international partners urgently need to act to “ensure the safety of its citizens.” The remark from an Open Doors spokesperson, follows another mass kidnapping of schoolchildren in Niger State yesterday.

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Freedom of Speech: Support Christian students like Julia

Students in the UK are being punished for holding certain values. Julia Rynkiewicz, a final year midwifery student, was forced to suspend her studies and faced a fitness to practise investigation over her involvement with a pro-life society.

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Landmark Government proposals to strengthen free speech at universities

Tougher legal measures to strengthen free speech and academic freedom at universities in England have been announced by the Education Secretary today (16 February), to stamp out unlawful ‘silencing’ on campuses.

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