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Benue Killings: Why Nigerian Police Might Have Lied… Again

By Intersociety Killing Of 13 Defenseless Benue Christians & Missing Of Others: Nigeria Police Force Likely To  Have Lied Again According to Saharareporters of 10th August 2020, thirteen persons (Benue Christians) were confirmed dead and many residents missing after 20 (strongly suspected) armed Fulani hoodlums invaded Edikwu District under Ukpogbo in Apa

Intersociety Lists ’20 Lies By Nigeria’s Government to Cover Up Terrorism, Herdsmen Attacks’

Over 20 Lies Told By Government Of Nigeria To Cover Up Herdsmen Terror-Jihadism & Protect Its PerpetratorsIt is now beyond any reasonable doubt that Government of Nigeria and its security agencies as presently constituted has consistently told litany of lies, numbering over twenty to cover up Herdsmen terror-jihadism in Nigeria

Fulani Militia Kills 20 in Southern Kaduna

Attack targets Kurmin Masara, Apyia Shyim, Takmawai communities in Kaduna state, local media report More than 20 people were killed and several others wounded in fresh armed attacks by a suspected militia targeting three Nigerian communities in the northern Kaduna State, local media reported on Thursday. The attack which took place in

How Fulani Herdsmen Killed 2,539 Nigerians under Three Years–Report 654 Attacks

•Conducted 654 attacks across Nigeria Download report: Fulani-Attacks-Nigeria-2017-20-Full-report-003Download Between 2017 and May 2, 2020, Fulani herdsmen conducted 654 attacks, killed 2,539 and kidnapped 253 people in Nigeria, according to a new report. The report titled, ‘Working Document — Fulani Militias’ Terror: Compilation of News (2017-2020),’ and sighted by Global Sentinel on

Fulani Militia bigger threat than Boko Haram – Cleric

The  Bishop of Jos, Anglican Communion and in-coming General Secretary , Global Anglican Future Conference, GAFCON,  Rev Benjamin Argak Kwashi, has described the Islamic Fulani cattle herdsmen militias who have ravaged towns and villages, killing mostly women and children, in the predominantly Christians central region of Nigeria, as