- Feb 12 2015 | 09:05am WAT
Tattaura village is located about a kilometer away from the east of Gwantu, the Local Government headquarters of Sanga Local Government Council of Kaduna State. A community of about 7000 people consisting of 100% Christians which had made over 10 pastors and ministers of God working in different parts of the Country.
- Feb 02 2015 | 01:05pm WAT
Ajay was born 29 years ago, his father died when he was very young and his mother could not pay for his school fees because she is poor. As an orphan, life was so difficult for him. In order to earn a living with his mother who was widow, he went to city to do some petty business.
- Jan 23 2015 | 12:02pm WAT
The dream of pretty fifteen-year-old Abigail John, a senior secondary two student of Government Day Secondary School, Jang, Michika Local Government Area of Adamawa State, was temporarily dashed on October 29, 2014 at 11.00am when the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists attacked Mubi and caught her in her house alongside others.
- Jan 15 2015 | 03:50pm WAT
In Rigim we have difficult challenges because we do not have the freedom to worship. Whenever we are in the church, the Muslims I will be throwing stones at us. They constantly seek to intimidate us and they intentionally deprive us of a lot of things. During the post election violence five members of my family were locked in a room and they were set on fire; God in His mercy extinguished the fire.
- Dec 24 2014 | 05:53am WAT
Militants Filmed Massacre of Around 100 Defenseless Non-Muslims with AK-47s from Point-Blank Range
12/22/2014 Nigeria (International Christian Concern) - Late Saturday evening, international journalists received a video from members of the Boko Haram insurgency depicting the execution of around 100 non-Muslims in a dormitory-style hall reportedly located in Bama, a remote town in northeast Nigeria. A previous video released by the insurgency declaring the establishment of its Islamic caliphate depicted the execution of dozens of civilians laid face-down in a mass grave dug in former Christian stronghold, Gwoza. Saturday's release went above and beyond previous Boko Haram productions, paralleling the barbarism of videos issued by the Islamic State in Iraq. The number of dead remains unconfirmed as additional reports from Bama (only 40 miles north of Gwoza) continue to make their way to international press outlets.