The National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) has noted with concern the flagrant attempt to subvert the tradition and will of the people of Tangale ethnic nationality in Billiri Local Government of Gombe State by the Gombe State Government. This is another clear indication that democracy, in every form, is under threat in Nigeria.

CSMN made it clear in various reports that the lasting solution to the distress of the persecuted brethren is to rehabilitate and empower them. However, this phase of work will require enormous amount of funds which could easily be made available if Christians would contribute N500 monthly into a central purse. N500 monthly contribution to help persecuted Christians would not constitute a problem to millions of Christians, even under the current economic downturn.
The Lord commands in His Word that the responsibility of taking care of vulnerable Christians rests squarely on the shoulders of their brethren. In Matthew 25: 31 - 46, He shall return to separate the nations into sheep and goats.

She came to the camp with her husband and seven children. Their house was destroyed by Islamic insurgents and they had nothing left. They were fortunate to escape with their lives. The conditions in the camp were intolerable and the stress of looking after a wife and seven children without any means of sustenance killed the husband. The widow was left alone to carry the burden that the two of them could not bear.

She ran mad.

As we enter 2021, the message from God remains the same:

WHO IS ON THE LORD’S SIDE?

What is going in Nigeria has spiritual roots that demand spiritual authority.
Nigerian Church cannot exercise SPIRITUAL AUTHORITY
It has lost MORAL AUTHORITY

(Watch video report above.)

FULANI HERDSMEN ATTACK SOUTHERN KADUNA AGAIN
Wiped out entire family; father, mother, and three Children

PRESS RELEASE BY THE ATYAP COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION ON THE RECENT KILLINGS IN ATYAP LAND
The Atyap Community make this press release with a heavy heart over the sad incidents that have bedeviled the land in the last few months.

Date: Sat. 12th December 2020
Time: 5.00pm

Speakers:
• Dr. Cosmas Ilechukwu – General Overseer, Charismatic Renewal Ministries
• Hon. Francis Waive – Member, House of Rep.
• Dr. Obadiah Mai-Lafia – Former Presidential candidate
• Rev. David Ize-Iyamu – Former Presidential candidate

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MOVEMENT OF NIGERIA (CSMN)
DIRECTORATE OF POLITICS & GOVERNANCE

CSMN cordially invites Christians to the next Christian Political Mobilization Meeting. This would be the fifth meeting in these series.

Theme:
THE RACE FOR 2023: HOW PREPARED ARE CHRISTIANS IN POLITICS?

Christian Social Movement of Nigeria (CSMN), under its VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED program held another “conversation of the conscience” on the unwarranted and illegal incarceration of Prof. Solomon Tarfa. The Christian leader was locked up for no other crime but for operating a Christian orphanage in Kano State. Prof. Tarfa, and 17 children from the orphanage have been unjustly incarcerated for 11 months and two weeks as of the time the program was taking place.

The Chairman of National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF) is a fan of Kwasi Kwarteng, a Negro historian of Ghanaian descent and member of British Parliament who in his book titled Ghost of the Empire selected two countries in Africa. He concluded in his Introduction that: “It is a mistake to think that administrators were motivated by liberal ideals of democracy.  In many cases they chose careers in the empire precisely because they were not democrats.

Here is a digression placed before we have even commenced – it comes in form of a question directed at prominent sectors of the international media, and even the United Nations, whose deliberations I recently watched: what’s in a name? Or, straight to the point – why ‘Boko Haram’? That is not the name the Nigerian pustule of a global religious inflamation chose for themselves. Muhammed Yusuf and his founding cohorts had settled for the grandiloquent name of ‘Jama’atu Ahlis Sunna Lidda’awati wal-Jihad’ – People Committed to the Propagation of the Prophet’s Teachings and Jihad. Even if Nigerians found themselves ill prepared and ill equipped to cope with this sudden and brutal affliction, they understood and held on to the psychological weapon of – naming! They even declined to concede a shortened version such as – ‘Committed People’, ‘The Prophet’s Jihadists’ or whatever - No, Nigerians , Boko Haram (The Book is Anathema) is what you are, Boko Haram is what your actions read. Language is also an instrument of war. This is a theme that requires addressing in its own right, as a principle of resistance.

In line with the accountability and transparency policy of Christian Social Movement of Nigeria, please find below link to the Statement of Accounts of the donations and expenses for the month of October 2020.