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HEKAN: Nigeria has become a fearful place to live

The President of United Church of Christ in Nations also known as HEKAN, Reverend Amos Kiri, has said Nigeria has become a fearful place to live because citizens are now kidnapped, attacked in the farm, road or even in their homes by armed bandits.

President Buhari’s approach on fight against corruption commendable – HEKAN

The President of United Church of Christ in Nigeria also known as HEKAN, Reverend Amos Kiri, has said applauded President Muhammadu Buhari’s fight against Corruption is on course and should be supported well meaning Nigerians.

FRSC defends arrest of two men for alleged child trafficking

The Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, has defended its recent arrest of two suspected child traffickers with 44 minors in Kaduna State, after a church faulted the action.

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NGO laments reckless felling of trees

Worried by the threats of deforestation in the country, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Bauchi State, Natural Resources Conservation Foundation, has lamented the reckless felling of trees in the society, which it said, creates artificial desertification and other disasters such as the recent windstorm that rocked the state.