Weekly Nigerian News – 1.11.21

 

Nigerian News

 

1.11.2021

Thank you for partnering with the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), we appreciate your support and encouragement. ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria.

Please see the below articles to stay updated on what is occurring in Nigeria:

 

Boko Haram attack leaves 14 killed in Cameroon

The overnight attack took place in the town of Mozogo,

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Weekly Nigerian News – 1.5.21

 

Nigerian News

 

1.5.2021

Thank you for partnering with the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), we appreciate your support and encouragement. ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria.

Please see the below articles to stay updated on what is occurring in Nigeria:

 

Nigeria: Breaking – Boko Haram Kidnaps Aid Worker, 50 Passengers Along Maiduguri – Damaturu
More than 50 motorists,

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Weekly Nigerian News – 12.28.20

 

Nigerian News

 

12.28.2020

Thank you for partnering with the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), we appreciate your support and encouragement. ICON publishes this weekly news bulletin to share brief updates and links on the conflict and increasing violence in Nigeria.

Please see the below articles to stay updated on what is occurring in Nigeria:

 

At least 10 dead in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria
The jihadist group Boko Haram killed at least 10 people including four security personnel in raids on three villages in northeast Nigeria,

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Weekly Nigerian News – 12.21.20

Please see the below articles to stay updated on what is occurring in Nigeria:

After 330 Schoolboys Freed from Kidnappers, Advocates Ask About Leah Sharibu

Bleary, barefoot, apparently numbed by a week of captivity, more than 300 Nigerian schoolboys, freed after being kidnapped in an attack on their school, were welcomed by the governor of Katsina State and Nigeria’s president on Friday. Reunions with their parents began late in the day. “Since this incident happened, I have not been able to sleep, but now I can sleep,” said Salisu Kankara,

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Christian Persecution in Nigeria

Benjamin Watson (former NFL Star) and John Stonestreet (Colson Center) to Speak Out Against Christian Persecution in Nigeria

October 27th, NFL Star Benjamin Watson, John Stonestreet, and other special guests will condemn the persecution and slaughter of Christians in Nigeria at a virtual town-hall event.

Recent protests in Nigeria have focused on the police brutality of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). Heavy-handed police and special units have been accused of corruption, abuse and killings. In addition to SARS, there have been over 90,000 innocent lives – mainly women and children – who have been lost as a result of terrorist attacks throughout Nigeria since 2000,

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Urgent Need for US Special Envoy to Nigeria – New Book & Survey Reinforce Support

WASHINGTON, D.C., October 16, 2020 – The urgent need for the United States to send a special envoy to Nigeria and the Lake Chad region to address ongoing persecution is highlighted in a new book written by Reverend Johnnie Moore and Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON) announced today. The book titled, “The Next Jihad,” was released just days after ICON announced the results of a North Carolina survey, which found the overwhelming majority of voters are aware of persecution in Nigeria and two-thirds are more likely to vote for President Trump if he sends a special envoy to Nigeria to address the issue.

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ICON to Host Benjamin Watson & Guests 

NFL Star Benjamin Watson to Speak Out Against

Religious Persecution, Slaughter in Nigeria

 

On September 16th, NFL Star Benjamin Watson, Rep. Chris Smith, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Rep. Frank Wolf and John Stonestreet, will condemn the religious persecution and slaughter taking place in Nigeria at an awareness event. More than 90,000 innocent lives – mainly women and children – have been lost as a result of terrorist attacks throughout Nigeria since 2000, including 60,000 killed by Boko Haram and Fulani Militants in the country’s Middle Belt region.

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Hear Their Voices

Last month, we launched our newest campaign called Hear Their Voices. This campaign places attention on the tragic Silent Slaughter of innocent individuals in remote places and villages within Nigeria.

This 8-week campaign is a way for ICON to bring attention and focus to the effects of terrorism on women and children throughout the country. After the brutal attacks and killings of husbands and fathers, these individuals are left to fend for themselves with little to no support from the government.

Throughout the campaign, we have been posting articles,

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ICON Demands Accountability After Terrorists Implicate Nigerian Government; Reveal Next Phase is Civil War

WASHINGTON, D.C., August 12, 2020  The International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), a nonprofit working to secure a future for all Nigerians, is demanding accountability after it was revealed for the first time publicly that a Northern Nigeria governor is commanding Boko Haram. In a live interview, former deputy governor of Nigeria’s Central Bank Dr. Obadiah Mailafia said repentant terrorists told him this directly. He also said now that terrorists have infiltrated Southern Nigeria, their plan is to start a civil war by the year 2022 and that the Buhari Administration is complicit. Since going public with this knowledge,

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ICON Releases Data Report, “Nigeria’s Silent Slaughter: Genocide in Nigeria”


 
ICON Launches New Report Proving Nigerian Genocide

ICON’s Data Tome Shows Nigeria is a Ticking Time Bomb; ICON Argues That if Nigeria Implodes, So Goes the Whole of Africa; Western Intervention is Needed Now

 

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 28, 2020 – The International Committee on Nigeria (ICON), a nonprofit working to secure a future for all Nigerians, launched a new Data Tome (“report”) today proving the religious persecution and genocide that has been occurring in Nigeria over the last 20 years. The report includes recent testimonies of some of the more than 60,000 victims in Nigeria,

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RELIGIOUS FREEDOM AND GLOBAL SECURITY NEWS

Welcome to the first issue of Religious Freedom and Global Security News, a project of the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON).

COVID-19 has stopped the world in its tracks – and yet, religious persecution continues at an alarming rate. Last month, terrorists in Nigeria killed approx. 250 innocent people. That’s more than 8 people killed each day, on average, and far more than the total number of COVID-19 deaths in Nigeria, as of May 18. 

This newsletter will report on what’s happening with respect to religious persecution –

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