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1 Dec
Humanists are deeply appalled by the removal of Nigeria from the U.S. list of countries violating religious freedom. This removal is a betrayal of the humanist community
8 Dec 2020
Nigeria government on Tuesday denied allegations of engaging in systematic and egregious religious freedom violations by the United States. "Nigeria does not engage in religious freedom violation, neither does it have a policy of religious persecution," Nigeria's information minister Lai Mohammed said in a statement. Mohammed argued that Nigeria jealously protects religious freedom as enshrined…
8 Dec 2020
The United States on Monday placed Nigeria for the first time on a religious freedom blacklist, pressing an ally as Christian groups voice growing insecurity.
29 Dec 2019
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), yesterday, said it is unwavering in its support of the recent placement of Nigeria on a watch list of countries

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