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Ekpali Saint reports on religion, environment, health and development issues in Nigeria.
Hundreds attend a funeral Mass in the the parish hall of St. Francis Xavier Church in Owo, Nigeria, June 17, 2022. The Mass was for at least 50 victims killed in a June 5 attack by gunmen during Mass at the church. (CNS photo/Temilade Adelaja, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Patrick EgwuEkpali Saint
The killing of Deborah Yakubu for alleged blasphemy and the reaction to it offer a stark depiction of the volatile divisions between Nigeria’s Muslim and Christian communities.
Former inmate Lucy Dangana joins in a tailoring training workshop in Abuja, Nigeria's capital in 2021. Photo courtesy of Capio.
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Ekpali Saint
Without the Carmelite Prisoners’ Interest Organization, “I would still be suffering in the prison because I had no money to hire the services of a lawyer,” Chisom Eze said. “I had thought my life would end in prison until Capio saved me.”
Sister Sylvia Ndubuaku: “We are for women the society has rejected. We receive traumatized women with this illness and we perform free surgeries for them.” Photo by Patrick Egwu.
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Patrick EgwuEkpali Saint
Sister Sylvia Ndubuaku: “We are for women the society has rejected. We receive traumatized women with this illness and we perform free surgeries for them.”