Petition to the Nigerian Government to stop the killings and bloodshed

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Help us break the silence

Thank you for signing our petition to pressure the Nigerian Government to stop the violence in Nigeria. Our current #SilentSlaughter Nigeria campaign needs your help to break the silence and make a noise which cannot be ignored about the ongoing persecution and violence in the country. We are determined to continue our efforts to raise awareness and pressure governments and international organisations to take real action to stop terrorism in Nigeria and bring perpetrators to justice.  How can you help? We ask you to publish a photo of yourself on your social media channels (Instagram, Twitter and/or Facebook) with your hand over your mouth using the #SilentSlaughter hashtag, to signify the silence surrounding this conflict, alongside an explanation of the issue and what we are trying to achieve, and ask your friends and family to join you in spreading the message by publishing their own similar photo. Please see an example post above.  Copy and paste this text (or use your own words if you prefer): In the first four months of 2020, over 1,100 people have been killed by armed groups in Nigeria including Boko Haram, ISWAP and Fulani militants. The deaths of innocent people go on unreported. Break the silence and speak for those who cannot be heard. Please support by publishing a photo like mine on your social media platforms using the hashtag #SilentSlaughter. Together we can bring peace to Nigeria. More infoThe outbreak of COVID-19 has understandably taken priority of news coverage around the world. However, the crisis in Nigeria involving terror organisations and extremist militia continues, silent and unreported. Deaths, injuries, abductions and displacements have not stopped, on the contrary, groups such as Boko Haram and Fulani militants - among the 5 deadliest terrorist groups in the world - have increased their activities in 2020. Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at You can visit our websites below for further information. Many thanks,The PSJ team#SilentSlaughter

International Organization for Peace Building and Social Justice
2 years ago