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Christianity in Northern Nigeria, 1975-2000

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This paper discusses growth of Christianity in northern Nigeria since 1975. It shows Christianity has grown in northern Nigeria making it more pluralistic than it was at independence in 1960. The paper argues that Christianity has not only solidified its base in what is now called the Middle Belt but it has made inroads into core Muslims states. This is why the maintenance of the plurality of the twelve states that implemented the Shari'ah law in northern Nigeria from 1999 has become a major issue of contention in the Shari'ah debates.


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