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Birom Christians Kill and Eat Muslims in Jos

February 10, 2012

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NIGERIA.— Many people had thought the battle between the Hausa-Fulani Muslims and Berom natives in Jos was over, after the re-election of Governor Jonah Jang. But the relative peace that was enjoyed in the last three months suffered a severe setback when groups of Muslim and Christian youths clashed . On the 29th of August, […]

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Time to Face the Truth as Boko Haram Kills Over Two Hundred in Friday Attack

February 2, 2012

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  By: Sule Muhammed Lawwal Friday 20th January, 2012 was a day that cannot be easily forgotten as Boko Haram struck the State Security Service (S.S.S) Head Quarters in Kano and other police stations in the state. The attacked was carried out by suicide bombers in cars who drove into the building, collapsing it. It […]

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Strike Ends in Nigeria, But the Victims Still Seek Justice

January 21, 2012

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By: Sule Mohammed Lawwal The week long strike by the Nigerian Labour Union ended on Monday 15th January, 2012. Exactly one week after the strike started the negotiation between the labour union and the government ended with N97 as the new price for P.M.S. The leader of the labour union Adulwaheed Omar announced the suspension […]

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Stop Dangerous Paid Kidney Donations by Nigerian Youths!

January 14, 2012

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Check out the new opinion piece by our correspondent Sule Muhammed Lawwal from Nigeria. Sule discusses the dangers of the paid kidney donation industry and its impact on Nigerian youth. http://voiceforhumanrights.org/opinion/

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Nigerian Labour Commences Strike and Continue Protests for Rights as Killings of Protesters By the Police Continues

January 14, 2012

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By: Sule Muhammed Lawwal The Nigerian Labour Congress (N.L.C) commenced its proposed strike against the government removal of fuel subsidy, 9th January, 2012. The strike is dominated by general protests for rights in the capital city and the entire nation of Nigeria. The protesters are not the poor masses alone but musicians, writers, ex-government officials […]

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Land Dispute Between Villages Claims 50 Lives in Nigeria

January 7, 2012

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By: Sule Muhammed Lawwal On 31 Saturday, December, 2011 the community of Ezillo was attacked by a neighbouring village named Ezza. The village of Ezillo was invaded by gunmen around 5:00 in the morning taking the villagers unaware. Several houses and cars were reportedly burnt down and several people were wounded and are now receiving […]

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Check Out the New Opinion Piece!

January 7, 2012

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Check out the new opinion piece by our correspondent Sule Muhammed Lawwal from Nigeria. Sule discusses the impact of the Nigerian fuel subsidy cuts on the Nigerian population and the resulting protests. http://voiceforhumanrights.org/opinion/

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