No fewer than 300 leaders of youth and women groups, as well as traditional rulers and clerics met on Thursday in Kachia, to dialogue on peace building in Southern Kaduna.
Southern Kaduna indigenes have commended the freedom of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) leader, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and his wife, Zeenat, in from culpable homicide charge...
In a fresh attack yesterday, gunmen suspected to be herdsmen, invaded communities in Zangon Kataf and killed eight persons. They also razed many houses.
Following their May 11, 2021 declaration in Asaba Delta State, the 17 Southern governors will again converge on Lagos tomorrow for the second leg of the first gathering. The meeting is to be hosted
19 Dec 2020
Gunmen were reported to have unleashed violence on Zangon Kataf in a fresh attack on Southern Kaduna communities, with eight persons killed and several others injured.
29 Nov 2020
A non-government organisation (NGO), House of Justice (HOJ) in collaboration with Resilient Aid & Dialogue Initiative (RADi) and Kunak Foundation has planned to raise N100m to support the rebuilding of homes
4 Nov 2020
One of the cardinal responsibilities of government is the safeguard of lives and properties, provided under Section14 (2) (b) of the 1999 Constitution as amended.
1 Nov 2020
Southern Kaduna indigenes, under the umbrella of Southern Kaduna Peoples Union (SOKAPU), have raised a fresh alarm of attacks and killings by Fulani militias in the communities.
7 Oct 2020
It is disheartening to observe that the once flourishing and bustling environment of Kaduna is today a poor shadow of itself, no thanks to the internecine crises of its outlying parts and to a previously insidious...
28 Sep 2020
For those that continue to wonder in utter bewilderment why the Southern Kaduna crisis seems unresolvable, the simple reason is the hardline position of the some tribal development associations and their umbrella body...
18 Sep 2020
The Companion (Association of Muslim Men in Business) has condemned the comments credited to the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) on President Muhammadu Buhari