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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.

Udofia Accuses Leaders of Playing Irresponsible Politics

Udofia called on Christians to be responsible citizens by getting involved in and playing active roles in the electoral process.

Bishop Oke Urges to Pray for Nigeria

Bishop Oke said this in Maiduguri on Saturday as part of the Glory to Glory Programme of the Ministry, which is initiated for Nigerians.

Address starvation, Primate Okoh Urges Buhari

Primate Okoh has called on President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to act fast and address starvation in the country.

Download Mp3: Chukwuemeka – Dews On Nigeria Ft. Beryl

Gospel artist Chukwuemeka up with this powerful song titled, Dews On Nigeria, and dedicated to His Mother land Nigeria. He features Beryl Ehondor in this song of hope.

Northern Christian Forum Raises Alarm Over Imminent Food Crisis

The Northern Christian Forum (NCF) has called on the Federal Government to map out plans to forestall food crisis in the country due to herdsmen and farmers’ clashes.

Ukpai Calls For 200 Days of Fasting

Rev. Uma Ukpai, has called on christians in Nigeria to seek the face of God in a 200 days of fasting, to combat the incessant killings and attacks by fulani herdsmen across the nation.

Trump Warns Buhari Over Killing of Christians in Nigeria

President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, has told President Muhammau Buhari that his country will not accept the killing of Christians in Nigeria.

CAN To Stage Nationwide Protests

The leadership of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has directed its members and Christians across Nigeria to join in its planned nationwide protests scheduled to hold on Sunday 29th.

Group Calls on Christian Leaders to Save Christianity From Extinction

The International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law has called on christian leaders in Nigeria, particularly the clergies and Christian politicians holding executive, legislative, judicial, policing, military and other security offices.