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Nigeria: Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND); whether it forcibly recruits its members and, if so, how; whether members are only from the Ijaw ethnic group (2006 - May 2009)

16 June 2009 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Nigeria: The Black Axe Confraternity, also known as the Neo-Black Movement of Africa; their treatment of anti-cultists; their forced recruitment of individuals opposed to cults; their initiation rituals and oaths of secrecy; their use of symbols or particular signs

15 February 2005 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Nigeria: The Black Axe Confraternity, also known as the Neo-Black Movement of Africa; their treatment of anti-cultists; their forced recruitment of individuals opposed to cults; their initiation rituals and oaths of secrecy; their use of symbols or particular signs

5 September 2002 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Nigeria: Punishment for desertion from the armed forces; whether the process is considered to be fair or arbitrary

17 November 2000 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Nigeria: Egbesu "Boys" or "cult" including membership requirements; whether forced recruitment is practiced and, if so, whether a person can move within Nigeria to avoid this group

25 May 2000 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Nigeria: Whether national service is compulsory, including establishments where it is carried out, when it is done, the duration and if there are some exemptions or exceptions to that service

1 April 1998 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Nigeria: Information on the requirements for becoming a sergeant in the Nigerian military, including the level of education expected, whether after completing national service a person can join the military at the rank of sergeant, corporal or private, and whether sergeants are allowed to live in private homes or must live in the barracks

1 September 1994 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

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