Category Article

20 Jan

We need to invest in Africa’s security as well as its industry

At a UN meeting held in New York in 2006, African state leaders said conflict was the greatest obstacle to the continent’s development. Fast forward fourteen years and not much has changed. This week Open Door’s 2020 World Watch List revealed that terrorists and militants are making major advances across West Africa making it the latest battlefront for Islamic […]

READ MORE

5 Jan

Britain must stop ignoring Christian prosecution in Nigeria, says BARONESS CAROLINE COX

IT HAS been five years since Nigeria’s Islamist Fulani herdsmen insurgency began. Thousands of civilians have been killed. Hundreds of Christian churches have been burned to rubble. Entire communities have been forced to abandon their homes and farmland. Across northern and central-belt states, militant herdsmen continue to engage in an aggressive and strategic land-grabbing policy. […]

READ MORE

31 Dec

Christmas Day decapitations call for coordinated international action

(After the release by Boko Haram of a video showing their Christmas Day beheading of ten Christians and one Muslim man in Nigeria, Mr. Ayo Adedoyin, Executive Director of the International Organisation for Peace and Social Justice (PSJ), calls for the international community to come together in bringing peace and security for the people of […]

READ MORE