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Abuja Declaration (1989) by Nobody: 2:06pm On Jul 03, 2014


Abuja Declaration is the outcome of a conference of the African countries of the OIC in 1989 and launched by a communiqué of the Islam in Africa Organisation (IAO) founded during this conference.

The Islam in Africa Organisation (IAO) is a Nigerian statuted Islamic organisation, an initiative of the Organisation of the
Islamic Conference (OIC). Dr. Usman Muhamad Bugaje is the current Secretary-General of the IAO.

Goals and strategies:
The organisation was founded on 28 November 1989 in Abuja , Nigeria, with the goal to win the whole of Africa
for Islam.
The statutes and goals are ratified in 1991 and this marks her formal definitive founding. The founding-communiqué is also called the Abuja Declaration .

Starting point for the conference is the fact that Africa is the only continent with an Islamic majority and therefore Africa should become completely Islamic.
The plan contains a lot of points that are also common for Christian missionary organisations as relief and economic progression.

A battle plan was composed to Islamise Africa with some less innocent points in that decision:

"To ensure only Muslims are elected to all political posts
of member nations".
"To eradicate in all its forms and ramifications all non-Muslim religions in member nations (such religions shall include Christianity, Ahmadiyya and other tribal modes of worship unacceptable to Muslim)." (the word Christianity is
underlined in the declaration)
"To ensure the ultimate replacement of all western forms
of legal and judicial systems with the sharia in all member
nations before then next "Islam in Africa conference."
"To ensure the appointment of only Muslims into
strategic national and international posts of member
nations."


The execution of this strategy can be recognised in
countries like Nigeria , Ethiopia and Sudan . In Nigeria more and more provinces choose for the Sharia leading to heavy protests of Christians, oft resulting in violence and bloodshed to both sides. In Sudan the government chose in 1983 for the Sharia, in 1991 sharpened with death punishment for apostasy from Islam.

Funds: The government of Nigeria has donated 21 billion US-dollar conform an IAO-communiqué as donation to this "Islamic Development Fund".
Organisation:[/b
The IAO consists of four main organisations: the General Shura', the highest authority consisting of 43 members from all over Africa and the Diaspora.
the Executive Comité.
[b] the Secretariat housed at Abuja, (Nigeria)./b]
the Necessary organs to the realisation of the goals.

[b] Countries:

The organisation mentions the following countries on its website:

Algeria
Benin
Chad
Egypt
Ethiopia
Eritrea
Kenya
Liberia
Libya
Mali
Mauritania
Marokko
Niger
Nigeria
Sudan
Somalia
South Africa
Tunisia
Zambia

Source

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by mytym(m): 1:27pm On Jul 20, 2014
OP i just listened to a documentary by Bosun Emmanuel a CAN delegate at the National Conference. it is quite Revealing!
Anybody who has not been able to recognize the pattern of event in this Country should endeavor to read that document @ OP's Source and your mind will be opened.
Also google Islamisation of the World
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abuja_Declaration_(1989)

http://www.opendemocracy.net/tarek-osman/islamisation-and-future-of-islamic-world

http://www.faithfreedom.org/Articles/Desai/islamization_of_the_world.htm

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by Idrizz(m): 2:33pm On Aug 03, 2014
Can you believe this document has been completely altered on www.wikipedia.com

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by olu4life(m): 7:39pm On Aug 04, 2014
mytym: OP i just listened to a documentary by Bosun Emmanuel a CAN delegate at the National Conference. it is quite Revealing!
Anybody who has not been able to recognize the pattern of event in this Country should endeavor to read that document @ OP's Source and your mind will be opened.
Also google Islamisation of the World
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abuja_Declaration_(1989)
http://www.opendemocracy.net/tarek-osman/islamisation-and-future-of-islamic-world
http://www.faithfreedom.org/Articles/Desai/islamization_of_the_world.htm
Mehnnnn.... Just listened to the message. Its so revealing. Christians have to listen to it

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by mytym(m): 9:10pm On Aug 05, 2014
olu4life:
Mehnnnn.... Just listened to the message. Its so revealing. Christians have to listen to it
If you have the means nd capacity, let the audio go viral. Spread the message. The awareness is increasing.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by stebell(m): 9:50pm On Aug 05, 2014
Brothers τ̲̅ђe end is near. I listened ‎​t̶̲̥̅̊​o̶̲̥̅̊​ this msg last monday in ‎​M̶̲̥̅γ̲̣̣̥ church. τ̲̅ђe audio was played by our pastor and i tell yu we christians are sitting on a long tin if τ̲̅ђe needful is not done.

τ̲̅ђe story of Turkey in dat documentary really caught me.

I'll get τ̲̅ђe full tape frm ♍Ɣ pastor Shalom!

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by olu4life(m): 11:40pm On Aug 05, 2014
mytym:
If you have the means nd capacity, let the audio go viral. Spread the message. The awareness is increasing.
Sent it to almost all my contacts including my pastors

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by sparkleboy(m): 1:28am On Aug 11, 2014
Its high time we Christians rise up. Even though our weapons of warfare are not carnal but mighty through Christ to the pulling down of all strongholds through Jesus Christ our lord.
We overcame them by the blood of the lamb and the word of our testimony.
Amen.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by 7thCANON: 9:15am On Aug 12, 2014
I'm glad the poster highlighted this issue because it's appalling that many Nigerian youths are ignorant about a whole lot of things. One can read the interview of former Nigeria's envoy to Sudan to get more perspective.
Excerpts

Did you discover anything inimical to the interest of Nigeria in the reports of your boss?

Many! He was actually being selective in his reports. At that time, the war between the Northern and Southern Sudan was on and he was always behind the North who were Muslims. I discovered he was pro-Northern Sudan. He picked whatever he liked, never giving the true picture. On two or three occasions, former President Olusegun Obasanjo invited him and asked if he was still Nigria’s ambassador. He asked him how many embassies Sudan had. At that time also, Sanni Yerima, former governor of Zamfara State was in Sudan for two weeks and underwent indoctrination. He was exposed to all the training camps of Osama Bin Laden, who was my neighbour. In fact, Osama Bin Laden’s office in Sudan was just a few blocks away from our embassy. No report was made. Our embassy never reported Osama Bin Laden. In addition to having his headquarters in Sudan, Osama Bin Laden also had many firms and industries which he only used as a façade because he was actually using those firms as training camps for Al-Qaeda. Among his trainees were many Nigerians from the North. They would leave Nigeria as if they were going to study but were at the training camps of Osama Bin Laden. I got wind of all these things and told them, but my reports were dismissed. It was a policy of “see nothing, say nothing” because they were working for Muslims. They were not able to draw the line between Arabisation and Islamisation. What Sudan was practising was both Arabisation and Islamisation which led to the breakaway of the South from the North. That was the dangerous part of it which was also my major concern. In fact, that was the main concern of Mo Ibrahim, the richest Sudanese. That’s why it pained him seriously up till now that Sudan must not have divided just because of religion. And it’s one of the reasons why he established the Mo Ibrahim prize. That is the motive behind the prize. Up till today, the man is still pained.

Are you saying what was being practised in Sudan was exported into Nigeria?

When Sudan came under pressure during the US Bill Clinton era, they sent Bin Laden away. Osama Bin Laden had established himself there. In fact, one of his wives was the daughter of the Speaker. So when Sudan was under pressure to send Osama Bin Laden away, he decided to divide his Al-Qaeda army into three; he took the first team to Afghanistan and kept the second team in Sudan; the third group he sent out to be disturbing the whole world, including Magreb which is close to Mali, Chad and Niger. I raised an alarm in 2001 that Al-Qaeda was in Nigeria – that Al-Qaeda had penetrated Nigeria through Chad. You know Chad has a border with Borno State. We have about eight million Nigerians in Sudan: people who settled there after pilgrimage. Many who couldn’t reach Saudi Arabia just settled there. And Al-Bashir (Sudanese president) was a descendant of Borno State. I reported all these, including the fact that Yerima was there at that time but I was ignored. Yerima got back to Nigeria and the following day, he declared Sharia. And from then, they were sending students for Jihadist training. Then when I got wind of the distribution of Osama Bin Laden Al-Qaeda groups, I reported. I told them to check our borders between Mali, Niger, and Chad – that Al-Qaeda was on the move. It got to a stage that it became evident that my report was becoming a concern to our permanent secretary then who incidentally had intelligence security background as a former director of the Nigeria Intelligence Agency. His name is Ambassador Heart. He brought in his NIA background into the Foreign Service. He knew what was sensitive and newsworthy. So he took the case seriously and played his part. But instead of our government sending inspectors were to check the veracity of my reports, they didn’t do that; they would just call the NIA man there who was also a Borno man who would refute anything I said. He would tell them not to mind me because I was a Christian and a religious bigot. In fact, he said Obasanjo deliberately sent me there to spy on the ambassador. That was how they usually dismissed my reports.

Full interview: http://www.punchng.com/news/i-was-chased-out-of-sudan-when-i-raised-the-alarm-about-boko-haram-ambassador-bola-dada/

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by PAINGAIN: 9:25am On Aug 12, 2014
They wan islamise africa abi? Make I c their legs for ala ndigbo. Dem go hear am.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by abfirstlady: 11:16pm On Aug 12, 2014
PAINGAIN: They wan islamise africa abi? Make I c their legs for ala ndigbo. Dem go hear am.

Pls try and listen to the tape nd find out the way ndigbo will be islamised i.e tru biz partnership deals in oda wrds, dey intend to pump money into igbo business men's hands. The east should xpect naira rain nd nt bomb. Accordng to Mr Bosun, differ strategies have been maped out for differ zones of the country- the north- bomb nd ak47, the east - money, the west- islam like christianity so dat christians in d west can easily accept islam as der won't be much differ btwn the 2 religion in wedding attire, sunday morng worship etc.
Besides, some ebony boys accepted islam in Abuja recently after been given N5million each by northern govs. N2million nd N1million by Rochas Okorocha nd Orji Uzor respectively. So my dear, don't make bost cos as we speak nw, a 25 yrs ago plan is quietly unfolding nd taking christians unaware.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by iconize(m): 1:47am On Aug 13, 2014
olu4life:
Mehnnnn.... Just listened to the message. Its so revealing. Christians have to listen to it

I've listened to the message also. Christians should be vigilant and also strong in prayer.

Visit this site www.kingdomnewsng.com
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by mez(m): 1:18pm On Aug 13, 2014
This is serious!
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by PHOLA(m): 3:49pm On Aug 16, 2014
This ia a serious lie and propaganda by the political machine ahead of 2015 plan for GEJ...The page this guy based is arguments on (wikipedia.org) has reference...All the ref pages and domain are not working...It's a ploy to canverse the South west Votes for GEJ and equally polarize the election between Christainity and Islam....Let's use our intellect

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by Nobody: 9:25pm On Aug 16, 2014
PHOLA: This ia a serious lie and propaganda by the political machine ahead of 2015 plan for GEJ...The page this guy based is arguments on (wikipedia.org) has reference...All the ref pages and domain are not working...It's a ploy to canverse the South west Votes for GEJ and equally polarize the election between Christainity and Islam....Let's use our intellect


Shut up and allow informed minds to talk.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by Nobody: 11:41pm On Aug 16, 2014
Christians, check the link in my signature and be educated
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by noblezone(m): 2:02am On Aug 17, 2014
PHOLA: This ia a serious lie and propaganda by the political machine ahead of 2015 plan for GEJ...The page this guy based is arguments on (wikipedia.org) has reference...All the ref pages and domain are not working...It's a ploy to canverse the South west Votes for GEJ and equally polarize the election between Christainity and Islam....Let's use our intellect

This is why we want Biafra!
We started the agitation before Jonathan came!

Islam has been a problem in Nigeria ever since I was a kid!
What caused the "Reihnhard Bonke" riots in Kano? Christian were killed in hundreds just because they were planing for a crusade.
Check the history of the killings and riots in Northern Nigeria, then you will know that Islam is darkness personified.
You guys should stop living in denial!

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by mez(m): 12:43pm On Aug 29, 2014
PAINGAIN: They wan islamise africa abi? Make I c their legs for ala ndigbo. Dem go hear am.

Before you talk like this, refer to ISIS and how they overran a whole country. Ala ndigbo cannot protect you o!

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by sademola: 12:41pm On Aug 30, 2014
Rubbish! All ya should use your heads well. For twenty five years this plan had been done and it's only now it's discovered? We have had christian leaders since 1999 except for the few years of Yar'adua and none of them could unearth the plan? Leave religion and ethnicity alone be your self. Enemies of Nigeria want to use divide n rule. Be wise
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by dealslip(f): 1:02pm On Aug 30, 2014
sademola: Rubbish! All ya should use your heads well. For twenty five years this plan had been done and it's only now it's discovered? We have had christian leaders since 1999 except for the few years of Yar'adua and none of them could unearth the plan? Leave religion and ethnicity alone be your self. Enemies of Nigeria want to use divide n rule. Be wise

That is why there is so much violence in the country. As long as a Christian/Southerner remains the violence will quadruple. It is not about unearthing the plan but continuous Christian/Southern leadership is frustrating the plans.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by sijinius(m): 9:30pm On Aug 31, 2014
I have heard the message, and i know that there is a reason why Gej became president in the first place. if you look at Nigeria in the present, without reference to her past, or choosing to ignore the religious aspect, then u will see it merely as a PDP plot, at best, or a religiously fanatical message, at worst.

I am a christian dr presently serving in Kano, and I can tell you that, though many hausas/muslims tolerate Christians, the most dont. They also believe a Northerner should always rule.

Boko Haram particularly targets Kano because of its tolerance for Christians more than Sokoto/Caliphate.

I stand by my belief that the only way for this present Nigeria to move forward is for IT TO BE DESTROYED (constitution, ideologies, etc) AND ANOTHER ENTITY BE CREATED FROM THE RUBBLE. What the name of that new entity will be, i dont know. But this much i know- IT SHOULDN'T BE CALLED NIGERIA.

Thank you.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by Nosu(m): 8:11am On Sep 01, 2014
I just listen to the message. going online to check the page, I discovered that the page was delete yesterday. If u have brain, then you will know that they is something truly fishing abt this islamic people and the article.
Anyway sha, I knew long ago that they want to islamise the country and I am glad this is coming at this time. I don't care what you call this, what I am sure of is that this folk have an agenda and if we don't wake up fast, we will find outside sooner or later outside the country's territory.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by Yujin(m): 11:34am On Sep 01, 2014
Glory be to God for hearing our cries so much that today Christian youth are beginning to get a clearer picture of the muslim north islamization agenda. Their desperate attempt at hiding the truth is useless as we have clear evidence of their intents.
To my Igbo brothers, it is not about ethnicity alone. Christianity binds us with many other people and we must be our brothers' keepers. From western Nigeria to the middle belt, when the clarion call is heard do not be found wanting.
The joy of the Lord is our strength and if we stand together, victory is certain.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by olu4life(m): 11:39am On Sep 01, 2014
Wooow. Its been truly deleted. Well its here
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by SkySpirit(m): 12:48pm On Sep 01, 2014
Yet some blind people don't believe in these manipulations!
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by Nobody: 1:15am On Sep 02, 2014

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by AdekunleSegun(m): 9:22pm On Sep 05, 2014
do you know they have removed that article from Wikipedia?
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by Liverpoolfc(m): 10:57am On Sep 06, 2014
I know that these moderators will not frontpage this, bt one thing I am sure of is dt God is bigger than them

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by cecegorz(m): 12:33pm On Sep 06, 2014
I just listened to Pastor Bosun's message, and it's jaw dropping!
You only look at the events in the Northwern Nigeria, Kenya, Syria and Iraq and you will understand that Nigeria is sitting on a real Volcano.

Now, I'm no longer surprised on why muslim leaders fail to condemn violence of extremist Islamic insurgents, it all works out their grand purpose.
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by otokx(m): 1:03pm On Sep 06, 2014
I'm listening to it currently; mehn GEJ till 2019.

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Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by otokx(m): 1:06pm On Sep 06, 2014
AdekunleSegun: do you know they have removed that article from Wikipedia?

my dear i looked for it and was seeing abuja declaration 2001

chai, enemies of Nigeria are working over time.
Re: Abuja Declaration (1989) by donmalcolm21(m): 1:15pm On Sep 06, 2014
cecegorz: I just listened to Pastor Bosun's message, and it's jaw dropping!
You only look at the events in the Northwern Nigeria, Kenya, Syria and Iraq and you will understand that Nigeria is sitting on a real Volcano.

Now, I'm no longer surprised on why muslim leaders fail to condemn violence of extremist Islamic insurgents, it all works out their grand purpose.
plz can u send me d message on my BB pin 231F35FC. I ll be very greatful. Thanks

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