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CAN Procession in Adamawa Turns Violent

CAN said it organised the protest to register its displeasure with killer herdsmen who have attacked over 43 communities mainly inhabited by Christians in the state.

Christian Conscience Urges Buhari to End Killings

A non-denominational organisation, Christian Conscience, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to end the incessant killings across the country.

Anglican Church Wants Buhari to Rethink Re-Election Bid

The Diocese of Nnewi, Anglican Communion, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to rethink his desire to seek a second term at the 2019 general elections.

Plateau: Christians Worship in Burnt Church

Some residents in Kakuruk area of Plateau state, decided to worship in their church which was burnt down during the recent attack by suspected Fulani Herdsmen.

PFN Predicts Christian Fightback

PFN President Rev. Felix Omobude, gave the warning at a meeting with Christians at the Living Faith Bible Church (aka Winners Chapel) in Jos, Tuesday.

Plateau Killings: CAN Declares Sit-at-home

The Plateau State Northern Zone chapter of CAN is set for a massive protest against the continuous killing by Fulani herdsmen in the state.

CAN Warns Against Killing of Convicted Christians

The Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, has warned against the killing of five men convicted of culpable homicide by a high court in Yola, the Adamawa State capital.

Bishops Write Buhari Over Christians Sentenced to Death

The Supreme Council of Bishops has written President Buhari, pleading for pardon for five Christian men sentenced to death by a court in Adamawa for the killing of a herdsman.

Adamawa Court Sentences 5 Christians to Death

A High Court in Adamawa presided over by Justice Abdul-Azeez Waziri has sentenced five Christians to death for killing a Fulani herdsman.

Clerics Cry Out Over Herdsmen Killings

Clerics have bemoaned the continued maiming and killing of innocent Nigerians in the country by suspected Fulani herdsmen.