Mohammed Ibrahim

Mohammed is a multimedia  freelance journalist in Kaduna State, in north-west Nigeria. He graduated from the International Institute of Journalism Abuja and began his journalism career with New Nigerian Newspapers.
He started full-time freelance work in 2013 and has published in IRIN news network, and The Oslo Times. In 2016 Mohammed received the Courage in Journalism Award for his investigative reporting, from the Africa Media Development Foundation, and the Developmental and Community Service award from ENACTUS.

Peace News Network Contributor (Nigeria)

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May 19, 2020

Communities in Kajuru, a region in north-west Nigeria, recently held peace talks despite COVID-19 challenges but are concerned about implementation...

April 16, 2020

Dr Shu’aibu Shinkafi knew the risks he faced when he and his predominantly Muslim group recently traveled into the Christian-dominated Sabon Tasha...

July 15, 2019

Hajara Suleiman fled religious violence in her village. Now, she is an example of a transformation happening for many women in Northern Nigeria...

December 21, 2018

In Kaduna state in Nigeria, where religious violence has intensified in the last year, building two places of worship so close seemed like an impossibility...

May 14, 2018

Clashes between farmers and nomadic herders have escalated in Nigeria in the past few years, we talk to community leaders about what's driving the conflict...

December 30, 2017

Hate speech on social media has been blamed for widening divisions in Nigeria. Hear what people on the ground have to say about their experience...

October 31, 2017

Communities in Kaduna State, Nigeria, have witnessed ethno-religious conflict, with Muslim-Christian relations severely damaged. But one group is working to mend these divisions.

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