Nigerian News

News Highlights for February


ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria

This is our monthly news summary that ICON distributes weekly via our email list.

Email us to join the list —> hello@iconhelp.org

 

02.21.22
 
ICON is Dedicated to Bringing the News from Nigeria
 
ICON is dedicated to helping make Nigerian news serve people better because an informed society needs up-to-date news. We make it easy for you to discover news from Nigeria.

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News Highlights for January


ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria

This is our monthly news summary that ICON distributes weekly via our email list.

Email us to join the list —> hello@iconhelp.org

01.31.22
 
ICON is Dedicated to Bringing the News from Nigeria
 
ICON is dedicated to helping make Nigerian news serve people better because an informed society needs up-to-date news. We make it easy for you to discover news from Nigeria.

ICON provides current headlines by linking to breaking news from credible and relevant news sources.

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News Highlights for December


ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria

This is our monthly news summary that ICON distributes weekly via our email list.

Email us to join the list —> hello@iconhelp.org

12.27.21

ICON advocates for Nigerians by raising the voices of the vulnerable and persecuted.
 
As we celebrate the New Year’s holiday, we continue to bring you the news. We provide these weekly updates and links that document the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria. 

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News Highlights for November


ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria

This is our monthly news summary that ICON distributes weekly via our email list.

Email us to join the list —> hello@iconhelp.org

 

11.30.2021

ICON advocates for Nigerians by raising the voices of the vulnerable and persecuted.
 
We provide these brief updates and links that document the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria. Thanks for continuing to read our news, “Nigeria: News You Can Use”.

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News Highlights for October

ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria

This is our monthly news summary that ICON distributes weekly via our email list. Email us to join the list —> hello@iconhelp.org

10.25.21

We remain determined to provide brief updates and links that document the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria. Thanks for continuing to read our news, “Nigeria: News You Can Use”.

Please read and share. We appreciate your continued engagement with ICON and we hope that you find these regular news updates useful.

 

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News Highlights for September

ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria

This is our monthly news summary that ICON distributes weekly via our email list. Email us to join the list —> hello@iconhelp.org

09.27.21
 
ICON advocates for Nigerians across the globe. As the news remains to be negative we remain hopeful.   Thanks for reading our latest version, “Nigeria: News You Can Use”. We remain steadfast to provide brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria.

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Data Collection: Using EyeWitness to Atrocities App

Your Footage Contributes to Justice

eyeWitness works with partner organizations to capture photos and videos to build dossiers of evidence. We have collaborated with civil society, litigation groups, the private sector, domestic and international courts, the United Nations, and other international investigators to facilitate justice.

This document outlines how to download and set up the app.

Right-click to open and/or download this document.

Click to learn more about eyeWitness to Atrocities app and its developers

Click to download the app from the Google Play store.

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ICON Celebrates the Month of August 2021

ICON had a Busy and Productive Month of August

As we saw the fall of Afghanistan we wondered, along with so many others, what is the fate of Nigeria? We carry the burdens and the hopes of millions of Nigerians who are suffering from terrorism and insecurity.

We reflect on our efforts during the month of August, but we look ahead to the pressing concerns in the coming months. As Nigeria falls into chaos, there is a need for the Nigerian government to quickly address insecurity and for the international community to hold Nigeria accountable.

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News Highlights for August

Nigerian NewsICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria.

8.30.21

Soyinka Criticises Plans To Review Grazing Routes
Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka on Friday criticised ongoing plans by the Federal Government to reopen grazing routes across the country. Soyinka, speaking at a press conference in Lagos, said many experts have identified ranching as the solution to the perennial farmer-herder conflict. “Virtually the whole nation is screaming (that) we do not want any open cattle grazing. Whether they go by the name of cattle routes or grazing reserves,” Soyinka said..…READ MORE

“Buhari Is Chief Commandant Of Terrorists,

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ICON Celebrates the Month of July 2021

ICON believes that the celebration of America’s Independence on the 4th of July is a beacon of hope for all those suffering in Nigeria.

 We honor the sacredness of freedom and pray for those experiencing persecution and suppression who cling to the hope that they, too, will experience liberty from the hands of terrorism, violence, and oppression.

God Bless the United States of America.

Busy June

This summer has been full of travels, meetings, conferences, and speeches. Last month, ICON led the ‘Rally for Nigeria’ in Omaha,

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Speak Up for Leah Sharibu- #SpeakUpForLeah

Boko Haram forces thousands to flee

Leah Sharibu was captured by Boko Haram three years ago on February 19th, 2018, and was denied her release due to her faith. The executive director of the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), Kyle Abts, shared, “The latest verified information that she was still alive was earlier in the year 2020 when a released captive stated that she was still in captivity. There were rumors that she was forced to marry a Boko Haram leader and had given birth to a baby boy, but this was not verified by freed captive(s). Leah’s family are thankful that she was shown to be alive but want the government to work toward her release.

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