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UNCOVERED: Terrorist Herdsmen, Shuwa Arabs Occupying 350 Igbo Communities and Villages – INTERSOCIETY

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…Names of All Occupied 350 Igbo Communities And Villages Listed …Delta, Rivers Communities and Villages Also Occupied Named There are not less than 350 Igbo communities, villages and other locations now invaded and permanently occupied by the Jihadist Fulani Herdsmen and ‘imported’ Shuwa Arabs, also called ‘Cowmen’ in Arabic, the International Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law (INTERSOCIETY) uncovered ...

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EID-IL-FITR: Islamic Welfare Foundation Felicitates With Muslim Faithfuls

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…Speaks on Impact of COVID19 Pandemic on Ramadan The Islamic Welfare Foundation has felicitated with Nigerians, especially Muslim faithfuls on the occasion of this year’s Eid-il-Fitr celebration. The foundation which gave thanks and adorations to “almighty Allah the Lord of the day of resurrection and judgement”, prayed that the blessings and favours of Allah be upon all Muslims as they ...

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PRESS RELEASE: State Aided Jihadist Genocide Ongoing in Southern Kaduna – SBCHROs Alleges

Mohammed Adamu IGP

SBCHROs: Onitsha, Eastern Nigeria: The leaders of the Southeast Based Coalition of Human Rights & Democracy Organizations-SBCHROs; a body of over 20 rights and democracy groups based in the Southeast part of old Eastern Nigeria are strongly alerting the world including western democracies, local and int’l human rights organizations, internationally respected personalities, apostles of justice and other people of good conscience ...

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CSOs To Obaseki: Your Judicial Commission of Inquiry Lacks Merit

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Coalition of Organisations for Good Governance and Internal Democracy has dismissed report of a judicial commission of inquiry set up by Edo governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki saying, “it lacks merit, because the Governor had his biological brother in the panel”. The Coalition said Governor Obaseki’s desperation to indict his benefactor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole through “the commission of inquiry is ultra ...

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WSDGsO, An International NGO, Congratulates Ambassador Gambari on His Appointment as Chief of Staff

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An International Non-Governmental Organization, ‘World Sustainable Development Goals Organization’ (WSDGsO) has congratulated  Professor Ibrahim Agboola Gambari on his appointment as the Chief of Staff to the President, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. The NGO who commended the President for the choice of a worthy Chief of Staff, described Ambassador Gambari as the round peg in a round hole, considering ...

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Intersociety in A Letter Accuses NCDC of Encouraging Censored, Mutilated Opinions And Guesswork Reports On Harvest Of Infections & Deaths

Confronting rising cases of Covid19 in Nigeria NCDC

The Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law (Intersociety) has, in a letter accused the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) of not taking charge. It noted that the country’s citizens and the international watchers would want to be expertly told what caused certain infections and deaths classified as “strange” since the centre’s mandate goes beyond the current ...

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Special Report: 620 Christians Hacked To Death By Nigerian Jihadists In 4 Months And 15 Days of 2020 – Intersociety

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…Fulani Jihadists killed 470 in 4 months and half & 140 in 45 days … Boko Haram killed 150 since Jan …. Ansaru rejoins the killing fields ….32, 000 Christians hacked to death since 2009 By Intersociety Nigeria’s main Islamic Jihadists: Militant Fulani Herdsmen and Boko Haram/ISWAP have intensified their anti Christian violence in the old Middle Belt and Northeast ...

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#COVID19: ILO Advocates Plugging Social Protection Gaps in Developing Countries to Prevent Future Crises

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The COVID-19 crisis has exposed devastating gaps in social protection coverage in developing countries, and recovery will only be sustained and future crises prevented if they can transform their ad hoc crisis response measures into comprehensive social protection systems, according to new analysis from the International Labour Organization (ILO). Two briefing papers released by the ILO warn that the current ...

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COVID19: WHO to Begin Drug Trial in Nigeria, States Listed

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Global health body, the World Health Organization (WHO) is currently concluding plans for its “Solidarity Trial Treatment” for COVID19 in over 100 countries of the world. The trial treatment is part of its efforts to develop effective treatment regimen and vaccine to combat COVID19 infection ravaging the world. Nigeria’s Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire, had on Monday disclosed that ...

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#COVID19: SERG Hails Enugu Council Chairmen, Wants South East Governors To Erect Barricades at Boundaries

Chief Willy Ezugwu President of SERG

Amid increasing allegations of violation of interstate travel restriction by the federal government, the South East Revival Group (SERG) has commended all the 17 local government chairmen in Enugu State over their commitment to measures aimed at curtaining the spread of Coronavirus disease in the state. The group particularly gave a passed mark to efforts by the council chairmen at ...

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