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Nigeria: Whether the Calvary Church of Yahweh located on Osato Street in Sabongida-Ora city was burned down in December 2010

Publisher Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Publication Date 12 October 2011
Citation / Document Symbol NGA103858.E
Related Document Nigéria : information indiquant si l'église dénommée Calvary Church of Yahweh, située sur la rue Osato dans la ville de Sabongida-Ora, a été incendiée en décembre 2010
Cite as Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Nigeria: Whether the Calvary Church of Yahweh located on Osato Street in Sabongida-Ora city was burned down in December 2010, 12 October 2011, NGA103858.E, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/507408062.html [accessed 25 December 2014]
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Information indicating whether the Calvary Church of Yahweh located on Osato Street in Sabongida-Ora city was burned down in December 2010 could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate.

This Response was prepared after researching publicly accessible information currently available to the Research Directorate within time constraints. This Response is not, and does not purport to be, conclusive as to the merit of any particular claim for refugee protection. Please find below the list of sources consulted in researching this Information Request.

Additional Sources Consulted

Oral sources: Attempts to reach the following newspapers and organisms were unsuccessful: ACT Alliance, Anglican Church of Nigeria, Calvary Kingdom Church, Champion News, Christian Health Association of Nigeria, Civil Liberties Organisation, Compass Direct News Service, Council on Foreign Relations, This Day, The Guardian, Edo People's Forum, International Christian Concern, Methodist Church of Nigeria, National Mirror, Niger Delta Standard, Nigerian Inter-Religious Council, The Nigerian Observer, The Nigerian Tribune, University of Jos, Young Men's Christian Association of Nigeria.

Internet sites, including: African Press Organization, Afrik.com, Afrol News, Aid to the Church in Need, AllAfrica.com, Amnesty International, Anglican Church of Nigeria, ASSIST News Service, Biafra Nigeria World, British Broadcasting Corporation, Calvary Kingdom Church, Christian Health Association of Nigeria, The Christian Post, Compass Direct News Service, Confidence Newspaper, Council on Foreign Relations, La Croix, Daily Independent, Daily Post, Daily Times, Daily Trust, This Day, Edo State Government, Freedom House, Le Figaro, Global Star, The Guardian, Human Rights Watch, International Christian Concern, International Federation for Human Rights, International Federation of Red Cross, Jeune Afrique, Leadership Nigeria, Libération, Le Monde, The Nation, National Mirror, Next, News Watch, Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, Nigerian Inter-Religious Council, Niger Delta Standard, Nigeria Daily News, Nigeria News Live, The Nigerian Observer, Nigerian Tribune, The People's Daily, Reuters, Star News, United Nations - Integrated Regional Information Networks, United States - Department of State, Vanguard, Voice of America, Young Men's Christian Association of Nigeria, Young Women's Christian Association of Nigeria, Weekly Post, World Council of Churches.

Copyright notice: This document is published with the permission of the copyright holder and producer Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB). The original version of this document may be found on the offical website of the IRB at http://www.irb-cisr.gc.ca/en/. Documents earlier than 2003 may be found only on Refworld.

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