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,

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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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The Time Is Now!

The International Committee On Nigeria (ICON) is asking you to Stand With Nigeria!
There can be no more excuses!


Now is the time to rise up and get behind an initiative that will bring change to Nigeria.

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Nigeria farmer-herder conflict now deadlier than Boko Haram

ICON: This is a long time coming, as many have known this to be the case already, but it has not been acknowledged by the Federal Government.

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Call for Special Envoy to Nigeria

We Ask the United States Send a Special Envoy (Coordinator) to Nigeria & Lake Chad Basin

ICON is requesting that the United States government send a Special Envoy (Coordinator) to Nigeria and Lake Chad Basin.

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PETITION: Special Envoy to Nigeria

PETITION: Special Envoy to Nigeria (and Lake Chad basin).

Please take a minute to add your name to this crucial piece of legislation.

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Nigeria border shutdown over ‘poisonous rice’

Nigeria border shutdown over ‘poisonous’ rice. Which border? Doesn’t matter since “As many as 21 of the 39 rice-producing countries in Africa import between 50% and 99% of their rice requirements.”

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Nigeria, Happy Democracy Day – The Sequel

Nigeria, Happy Democracy Day – The Sequel. Not much to celebrate if we seriously look back at the past 18 years.

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ICON, Heritage Foundation & 21Wilberforce: Making A Difference

ICON, in conjunction with Heritage Foundation and 21Wilberforce hosted Gen. TY Danjuma and Gov Darius Ishaku to challenge the narrative in Nigeria.

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