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Southern Kaduna Killings

27 Aug 2020
Sultan of Sokoto and President General of Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, yesterday, raised the alarm that the “politically-motivated” Southern Kaduna...
9 Aug 2020
Leaders of the Southsouth, Southwest, Southeast and Middle Belt represented by the Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF), Afenifere, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, and Middle Belt Forum...
28 Jun 2017
Students of tertiary institutions under the aegis of Southern Kaduna Youth and Student Forum (SKYSFOM) have asked Governor Nasir El-Rufai to reopen the schools since peace has returned there.
20 Apr 2017
The Chief of Army Staff, Lt General Tukur Buratai has pledged to end the attacks and killings by gunmen in Southern Kaduna communities as the military flagged off ‘Operation Harbin Kunama II' against bandits terrorizing the troubled zone.
17 Apr 2017
The lawmaker disclosed this yesterday in Abuja while fielding questions on why the Senate rejected the committee’s interim report on the Southern Kaduna crisis.
11 Apr 2017
During the commissioning, the Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai, said the army is poised to win the hearts and minds of the civil populace. Buratai said the army would also get quick medical attention from the centre as...
31 Mar 2017
The communities made the commitment in separate meetings organised by the Global Peace Foundation, as part of ongoing mediation effort of the NGO under its ‘One Family Under God’ campaign.
12 Mar 2017
The tragedy of Yakowa’s sudden death is amplified by refusal and failure on the path of political office holders—in Nigeria in general and in Kaduna State in particular—to continue his laudable legacy.
12 Mar 2017
Piqued by the condition of the church in Nigeria, the General Superintendent of Assemblies of God Nigeria, Dr. Chidi Okoroafor, has said the church will get better, if religious leaders are willing to obey the Master and do what He commands.
3 Mar 2017
CAN lamented that despite the curfew, the presence of the Police and other security agencies in the volatile zone, the killings remain unabated and urged its members to continue praying for the permanent restoration of peace in the area.
5 Feb 2017
There is no doubt that violence has become the order of the day in Nigeria since the advent of Boko Haram in the Northeast and the increased militancy with some elements of criminality in the Southsouth.
5 Feb 2017
The leaders also used the occasion to attempt to proffer solutions to the myriad of problems plaguing the North, especially the Boko Haram insurgency and the worsening cases of insecurity threatening the area.

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