Kaduna State House of Assembly. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Bill to Regulate Christian Preaching in Nigeria “injurious” to Church: Christian Leaders

Nov 13, 2021

The proposed bill seeking to regulate preaching of Christianity in Nigeria’s Kaduna State is “injurious to the Church” and a deliberate attack on Christians in Nigeria, Christian leaders in the West African nation have said.

Christian leaders in Nigeria have called on the National Assembly to suspend Bill seeking to institutionalise the wearing of hijab / Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN)

Nigeria’s Christian Leaders Want Parliament to Suspend Bill on Muslim Headscarf

Mar 23, 2021

Christian leaders in Nigeria have called on the leadership of the country’s National Assembly to suspend the Bill that seeks to institutionalize the wearing of the Muslim headscarf popularly known as the “hijab” in the West African nation.

Some Gabonese protesting against the bill to decriminalize homosexuality in the country.

Clerics in Gabon Want President to “renounce Bill” Seeking to Decriminalize Homosexuality

Jul 3, 2020

Catholic Priests serving in the Central African nation of Gabon have, in a collective statement,  reached out to the country’s President Ali Bongo Ondimba asking him to renounce the promulgation of the controversial bill that seeks to decriminalize homosexuality.

Bishop Emmanuel Adetoyese Badejo of Nigeria's Oyo diocese who has voiced against the proposed hate speech bill that seeks to apply capital punishment for those found guilty

Hate Speech Bill “recommending death by hanging an attack on Nigerians”: Bishop

Dec 4, 2019

A Nigerian Bishop has termed as “an attack on Nigerians” the proposed bill in his country’s National Assembly that seeks to apply capital punishment for those found guilty of hate speech.

Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah of Nigeria's Sokoto diocese who has expressed his rejection of the proposed bill by Nigerian legislators to regular the engagement with social media

Nigeria’s Social Media Bill “a totalitarian attempt, rotten yoghurt,” Bishop Says

Dec 4, 2019

A Nigerian Catholic Bishop has joined his compatriots who are campaigning against a proposed bill seeking to regulate citizen engagement on social media terming the attempt a “short walk to totalitarianism” in Africa’s most populous country.