Demonstrators protesting against police brutality in Lagos, Nigeria.

Talk to Protesters “as a father, as a shepherd”: Bishop to Nigeria’s Government Leaders

Nov 23, 2020

A Bishop in Nigeria has expressed his reservations about the way the country’s leadership treated those who part in the during the demonstrations against police brutality.

Young people during protests in Lagos, Nigeria, October 17, 2020, over alleged police brutality.

Police Brutality Protests in Nigeria Offered Prospect for “Church to guide youths”: Bishop

Nov 14, 2020

Peaceful protests against police brutality in Nigeria presented an opportunity for the Catholic Church in the West African nation to guide young people on their quest for a better society, a Catholic Bishops has said in a statement.

“You cannot regulate what you are not in control of”: Nigerian Cleric to Gov’t over SMedia

Nov 11, 2020

A Catholic Cleric in Nigeria has faulted government attempts in the West African nation to regulate social media engagement saying it is “an effort in futility” since State officials are not even “in control” of the online platforms.

Archbishop Ignatius Kaigama of Nigeria's Abuja Diocese speaking during the celebration of the 90th anniversary of Holy Ghost Parish in Makurdi Diocese Sunday, November 1, 2020. / Diocese of Makurdi/Facebook Page

"Protest, talk, shout, use media, do so positively but don’t destroy": Nigerian Prelate

Nov 2, 2020

An Archbishop in Nigeria has emphasized the need for peaceful protests amid reports of looting and destruction of property in the nationwide youth-led demonstrations.