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On Sultan Sa’ad Abubakar III @ 66

-intervention.ng August 26, 2022 Post-independence Nigeria has been so defined by inter-group acrimony as to have left individuals and groups with terrible enemy images of the other persons and groups. The dynamics of the protagonist/antagonist binary has seen nearly everyone securitizing
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Boko Haram sect has Christians, white men, Asians as members – Borno gov, Zulum January 17, 2021 By  Seun Opejobi dailypost.ng Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State, has said some Boko Haram members are Christians, Muslims, white men and Asians. Zulum spoke during the 17th Chief Gani Fawehinmi Annual Lecture organised by the Nigerian Bar […]

Plateau Speaker urges Muslims, Christians to live in peace

…At JIBWIS N25m education fund raiser From Ado Abubakar Musa, Jos dailytrust.com The Speaker of the Plateau State House of Assembly, Abok Ayuba, yesterday, called on Muslims to ensure peaceful coexistence in the state. The Speaker made the call at the N25m education fundraising, by the State chapter of Jama’at Izalatil Bid’ah Wa’Ikamatis Sunnah (JIBWIS), […]
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Islamic group reveals who introduced Arabic inscriptions in naira, blasts Christians, Goodluck Jonathan

dailypost.ng The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has described the suit challenging the Arabic inscription on the Nigerian currency (naira) as ‘acrobatic religiousity.’ MURIC noted that it was not Nigerian Muslim leaders who brought the idea of Arabic in the Nigerian currency in post-independence Nigeria, adding that the man who initiated it was a Christian, an […]
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Prophet Muhammad cartoons ‘an insult to Muslims and Christians alike’, French archbishop says

A French archbishop has warned of the dangers of publishing offensive cartoons, noting there are limits to freedom of expression amid renewed tensions between France and the Muslim world. The Archbishop of Toulouse Robert Le Gall said he opposed the publishing of caricatures insulting Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, saying “there are limits to freedom of speech”.