Plateau State Christians in Politics Prayer Partners: "Our Leaders Take the Side of the Oppressor"
protests · 07. September 2021
On the 20th anniversary of the Jos massacre, Christian leaders from Plateau State speak out against the Nigerian government's unequitable response to religious violence in their state.

Plateau Killings, Genocide, Government Accountability and Responsibility
Videos · 07. September 2021
Zoom panel discussion on Nigeria featuring Dr Onyemaechi Franklyne Ogbunwezeh

“They still call my child the son of Boko Haram”- Escaped Chibok girl shares tale of stigma, rejection and pain
03. August 2021
Like many other ambitious girls in her little Chibok community, Maryam joined Government Girls Secondary School as a boarder. But her dream was dashed on that fateful night in April 2014 when armed terrorists attacked the school and abducted hundreds of girls, writes Amaka Okoye

Mass protest against killings rocks Plateau State
Latest news · 15. July 2021
Thousands of people, mainly women and children, gathered outside Riyom local government headquarters on 14 July to protest against continuing attacks by Fulani herdsmen in the area.

"I watched helplessly from a hideout as Fulani butchered my family" - Christian villager
Latest news · 06. July 2021
A Christian villager from a remote hamlet in central Plateau State witnessed the slaughter of his family by Fulani militants on 27 June, writes Masara Kim

Fulani kill pregnant woman, 7-year-old daughter, two others in Plateau State
Latest news · 30. June 2021
At least four Christians have been killed in Plateau State, central Nigeria, in the latest attacks by Muslim Fulani herdsmen, writes Masara Kim.

Christian nursing mother jailed following peaceful protest
Latest news · 29. June 2021
Grace Timothy from northeastern Gombe State has spent four months in jail with her one-year-old child for an alleged offence that has yet to be tried, writes Masara Kim.

'Traumatised' pastor suffers panic attacks following release from ISWAP captivity
Latest news · 21. June 2021
Polycarp Zongo, a central Nigerian pastor kidnapped by Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) last October, is suffering nightmares following his release, writes Masara Kim

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.

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