The spokesman of a Nigerian Shiite group says that the state government in Kaduna, northern Nigeria, is acting like Boko Haram after outlawing the group.
The Kaduna state government declared on Friday that the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN)— the country’s main Shiite movement—was an “unlawful society” and that members of the group would be arrested and prosecuted.
By Garba Muhammed KADUNA Nigeria (Reuters) - Two bomb blasts in the north Nigerian city of Kaduna killed at least 82 people on Wednesday, officials said, in attacks that bore the hallmarks of violent Islamist group Boko Haram. Short...
In classrooms facing a sandy courtyard in the northern Nigerian city of Kaduna, Maska Road Islamic School teaches a creed that condemns the violent ideology of groups like Boko Haram.
The leader of the Islamic State militant group that controls tracts of Syria and Iraq has accepted a pledge of allegiance from Nigerian Islamists Boko Haram, his spokesman said, calling on supporters to fight in Africa. Boko Haram, ...
Boko Haram fighters reportedly seized control of a town in northern Nigeria on Friday, just as the Islamic State released a video praising the militant group.