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17 Mar

Is the UK Really A ‘Force For Good’ In Nigeria?

By Ayo Adedoyin, CEO, PSJUK . This week the UK Government published it’s refreshed update of the ‘Integrated Review’ – a key policy peg outlining its core measures of both national security and overseas strategy. Within such, the UK’s approach to development, diplomacy, and defence are coordinated in a symbiotic and presumably more impactful way.  […]


14 Mar

Nigeria’s Election Highlights Anglo-American Missteps

Nigeria’s just concluded presidential elections have been focusing minds in London and Washington. Like tens of millions of Nigerian voters, Anglo-American officials realized what was at stake. Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and is on track to be the third most populous country in the world by 2045. . The UK and the US have […]


10 Mar

The Significance Of The Next Weeks For Nigeria Cannot Be Overstated

Nigeria’s Presidential and National Assembly elections took place on Saturday, 25th February. Four days later, on Wednesday 1st March Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the ruling, All Progressives Congress (APC) was announced as president-elect by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Bola Tinubu won with 37% of the vote, followed by Atiku Abubakar collecting 29%, while […]


27 Feb


The undersigned parties commend the millions of Nigerian citizens that went out and voted in the Presidential and National Assembly elections in Nigeria.  Their determination and courage should be an inspiration to all.  Measured against the backdrop of pre-election predictions of widespread violence and agitations, the election, so far, has seen relative minimal violence.  Polling […]


7 Feb

PSJ UK And Partners’ Statement On Nigerian 2023 Elections

Joint Statement by Civil Society Groups and Friends of Nigeria in the United Kingdom on the 2023 Nigerian Elections in our Commitment to Support the Practice of Democracy Nigeria’s Presidential and National Assembly elections take place on Saturday, 25th February, closely followed by the Governorship and State Assembly elections on the 11th of March 2023. […]


20 Jul

Can Nigeria dare to dream for a brighter future of religious freedom?

Pastor Ayo, CEO of peace organisation PSJ UK, shares highlights from their fringe events at the Freedom of Religion or Belief Conference, and his hopes for Nigeria Peace and Social Justice (PSJ UK) is an international non-profit organisation that seeks to promote peace building, social justice and sustainable development in Nigeria and other parts of […]


12 Jun

Impunity in Nigeria – Democracy Day should be renamed Deborah Day

Deborah Samuel – Stoned and Burnt to death by Schoolmates June 12 is Democracy Day in Nigeria, but this year it also happens to be the one-month anniversary since an angry mob of un-hooded classmates savagely hunted down Deborah Samuel, having accused her of blasphemy and proceeded to mete out a death sentence even though […]


30 Jun

Nigeria’s silent slaughter

Nigeria’s Silent Slaughter: Genocide in Nigeria and the Implications for the International Community, a recently released,  data tome, written and compiled by organizations at the forefront of advocacy in Nigeria. These individuals along with their respective organisations are actively involved in exposing the atrocities and the slaughter currently engulfing Nigeria. The research, data, testimonies, and […]