Nigeria: Fractured, but not forgotten
Nigeria: Fractured, but not forgotten
Nigeria: Fractured, but not forgotten

Stand With Nigeria

Injustice and a lack of inclusive governance that falls along ethno-religious fault lines threatens the stability of Africa’s most important nation.

Leah Sharibu Still in Captivity

“Pity me and get me out of this serious situation”, Leah Sharibu.

Leah Sharibu remains in captivity. Since February 19th, when she was abducted by Boko Haram – specifically ISIS West Africa – until today she remains a heartache for Leah’s parents and a problem for President Buhari.

Leah is Alive!!!

Confirmed: Leah is Alive
Do not stop praying!

Because you have been praying and asking others to pray for her release we believe that she will be released soon.

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Among the 25 most populous countries in the world, Nigeria ranks highest in religion-related social hostilities.

These issues have combined to create one of the most neglected humanitarian crisis in the world today — a crisis that the global community ignores and underestimates at its own peril.