Blind Christian villager 'lonely' after losing wife, kids in Fulani attack
Latest news · 16. June 2021
Born blind to a poor rural family in Bassa area of Plateau State, Matthew Evi Vigye, 35, lost his whole family in a Fulani attack on 23 May 2021, writes Masara Kim

Fulani jihadists kill 15 Christians in central Nigeria after Buhari deflects attention
Latest news · 15. June 2021
At least 15 Christians have been killed in central Nigeria, in renewed attacks by Muslim Fulani jihadists, writes Masara Kim.

Nigerian pastor regains freedom after eight months in ISWAP captivity
Latest news · 15. June 2021
A Nigerian pastor kidnapped by Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP), Rev Polycarp Zongo, has regained his freedom, after seven months in captivity, reports Masara Kim.

Boko Haram suspected of teaming up with Fulani jihadists to kill Christians in central Nigeria
Latest news · 31. May 2021
Nigerian officials say recent attacks on Christian communities in the country's central region are not the work of local Fulani herdsmen alone, writes Masara Kim

Fulani terrorists give notice to Plateau Christians to leave
26. May 2021
Muslim Fulani jihadists have ordered Christians in Plateau State to vacate their homes or face death, writes Masara Kim

Othering and the crisis in Nigeria
Videos · 21. May 2021
Zoom panel discussion on Nigeria featuring Dr Onyemaechi Franklyne Ogbunwezeh

TVC News Nigeria - Crime Watch
Videos · 17. May 2021
Dr Onyemaechi Franklyne Ogbunwezeh talks about the national security situation in Nigeria and what needs to be done.

The genocide about to happen in Nigeria
29. April 2021
In this State of the Nation podcast for The Choice Flame, Dr Onyemaechi Franklyne Ogbunwezeh addresses the situation in Nigeria and his fears of a looming genocide.

Political Voices| assessment of governance In Nigeria
28. April 2021
Dr Onyemaechi Franklyne Ogbunwezeh joins other panellists to discuss the state of governance in Nigeria on Ojemba TV

Revisiting Chibok, seven years on
28. April 2021
A personal account by journalist Amaka Okoye of her visit to Chibok seven years after the mass kidnapping of schoolgirls that inspired the #BringBackOurGirls campaign.

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