Online media platform, TheCable, reported Hayab to have said this on Sunday, 20 days after the kidnap of the students
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Recall that The Eagle Online reported about the death of the televangelist, who died on June 5, 2021 at the age of 57
The Public Relations Officer of the Kaduna State Police Command, ASP Mohammed Jalije, confirmed the incident to NAN
Gov. Lalong cautions against ethno-religious profiling of criminalsLalong said for the achievement of peace and unity, Nigerians should kick against profiling of criminals along ethnic, religious and political affiliations
Umahi said this in Abakaliki during the conclusion of the eight days prayer and fasting session organised by the Christian Association of Nigeria, Ebonyi State Chapter over the security situation in the state.
The NSCIA said its position came after it had followed heedfully and meticulously how the country and indeed the world at large have been so much inundated with barrages and deluge of lies, fabrications and smear campaigns being churned out against Pantami
The Muslim rights advocacy group was reacting to CAN’s latest statement in which it said Muslim female soldiers were free to wear hijab on military uniform if that would deflect bullets
Ibenu gave the advice in Lokoja when officials of Kogi State Ministry of Health and Kogi Primary Health Care Development Agency paid him an advocacy visit preparatory to receiving COVID-19 vaccines in the state.
The President of the CAN, Rev. Samson Ayokunle, stated the position of the body on Sunday during a thanksgiving service in honour of Bishop Wale Oke as the newly elected president of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria.
The bill, titled: “Religious Discrimination (Prohibition, Prevention) Bill 2021,” scaled second reading in the House on Tuesday.
The appeal was contained in a statement by the General Secretary, CAN, Joseph Daramola, in Abuja, on Thursday.
Parents of the students engaged the school authorities in a hot argument, which resulted into stone-throwing between Christians and Muslims.
On August 7, President Muhammadu Buhari signed CAMA into law. The law stipulates that religious bodies and charity organisations will be regulated by the registrar-general of the Corporate Affairs Commission and a minister.
The Nigerian Islamic human rights organization told the Kwara State Government to be assertive and to “possess your possession”
He also lauded Oyetola for spreading the dividends of democracy to nooks and crannies of the State in total compliance to the needs and aspirations of citizens.
The President of CAN, Samson Ayokunle, made the appeal in a statement on Saturday, four days before the ultimatum given the pastor by the terrorists to either be bailed out or be killed.
The President of CAN, Dr. Samson Ayokunle, stated this in Abuja on Saturday at the inauguration of the new executives of the Youth Wing of the Christian Association of Nigeria.
Pin-drop silence. Strange things do happen in Nigeria. But it had never been seen like that. For a father of the country to publicly excoriate a religious leader? For a Matthew to call a preacher an idiot, “a total idiot?” It was sacrilege walking on two legs.
Both bodies, which spoke through their spokesmen on Wednesday, said it was not enough for the Secret Police to raise the alarm, but to go after perpetrators of crimes, as not all those who committed atrocities in the past have been brought to justice.
MURIC spoke on the heels of the revelation by the Christian Association of Nigeria that NPC was a personal initiative of Kukah.