Is. 9: 6 “… and the government shall be upon His shoulder …”

1.Nigeria is said to have a population equal in number of Christians and Muslims yet Christians have to rely on the generosity of the Muslim promoted parties to participate in government as reflected in the three arms: the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary, where Christians are regarded as minorities because only few Christians occupy the apex arm of government.


4/5/2017

COMMUNIQUE REACHED AT THE END OF AN EMERGENCY SOUTHERN KADUNA STAKEHOLDERS SUMMIT CONVENED BY SOUTHERN KADUNA PEOPLES UNION (SOKAPU) AT THE BAJJU TOWN HALL, ZONKWA, ZANGON KATAF LGA, ON MARCH 31st 2017.

The Summit: 

1.      Affirms that the 53 ethnic nationalities in Southern Kaduna registered under the umbrella of SOKAPU regard  SOKAPU only as their central body that speaks for them collectively;  

Unlike in the past, when Muslim Head of States had surreptitiously, in a very subtle manner attempted to smuggle Nigeria into Islamic organizations; this current government is now doing it with brazen audacity and impunity to the extent of flouting the constitution they swore to defend.
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ABUJA— Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, yesterday, demanded that the Department of State Services, DSS, tendered a written apology to four members, Board of Trustees of CAN Trustfund who were detained on the orders of its director-general.

Director of Legal and Public Affairs in CAN, Kwamkur Samuel, in a protest letter to the Director-General of DSS, obtained by journalists, in Abuja, reiterated the body’s commitment to dialogue on any issue for peace to reign in the country. Kwamkur said DSS should be more circumspect in dealing with the Body of Christ in Nigeria, if not for any other reason, but to ensure and promote the confidence of the average Nigerian Christian in the government of the day.

There is now a commonality of opinion that the rate of violent attacks of farmers all across Nigeria by armed Fulani herdsmen skyrocketed since the emergence of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari who by birth is a Fulani.

Conversely, since he assumed office last May, president Buhari has yet to articulate a workable public policy framework on how best to effectively combat the rise in armed Fulani attacks/insurgency. 

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