Interview With Mrs. Regina Wilson: A Victim Of The Boko Haram Insurgents’ Attack

Interviewer: What were you each doing at the time Boko Haram attack?

Response: I was at the office when I received a call that Boko Haram are entering Mubi town and my sister asked me to pick her children (3) alongside mine (4).

Interviewer: Please name all the members of your family who were together during the attack and their ages.

Response: Peace, Hyelda, Wandiya, Praise, Evelyn, Elsa and Anison

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Pastor Joseph Kura Murdered In Nasarawa State

Dear friends,

We just received the news of  Rev. Joseph Kura, Pastor serving in ECWA church Obi, in Obi LGA of Nasarawa state. He was attacked and brutally murdered by Fulani Herds Men on 30th June, 2016. Until his murder he was the CAN chairman of the Obi LGA.

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Invitation to Stephens Children International's 13th Aniversary/Prize-Giving Day

We welcome our long standing families to celebrate the children at the graduation ceremony coming up on 26th July 2016 by 11:00am at the school premises.

When The Uncommon Angel Knocked at Our Door

Dearly beloved,

It was in the hot noon, when I would have love to pull off my Buba (Yoruba shirt) that I enjoy putting on when a couple whose deep humility I can hardly describe walked into my office. 

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Remember Me

Gyang Pam, a 21years old young man is a native of Yiyoh village, Foron district in Barki Ladi L.G.A of Plateau State. He was shot by the Islamic Fulani terrorist at his home town, Yiyoh village, while on his way back from work. The Fulani terrorists numbering over thirty armed men stormed the Yiyoh villagers at about 12:00 in the afternoon and started shooting and destroying properties while chanting ‘Allahu Akbar,’ meaning Allah is great, and the villagers fled with their wives and children.

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