Institutionalized Nigerian murders

6 Christian Soldiers Reportedly Executed by Nigerian Military  2/7/2021 Nigeria (International Christian Concern)- The Christian Post reported that on January 25th, 6 Christian Soldiers were framed, tried, and secretly executed by the Nigerian Government.  Emeka Umeagbalasi, the International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law Chair, told the Post that the men were framed whenContinue reading “Institutionalized Nigerian murders”

Gunmen abduct 39 students from Nigerian college in Kaduna

16 March 2021 Gunmen abducted 39 students, most of whom are Christians, from the Federal College of Forestry Mechanisation in Mando, Kaduna state, Nigeria on 11 March. The armed gang raided the college at about 9.30 p.m., shooting indiscriminately and rounding up 219 people. Of these, 180 were rescued by the army soon afterwards. Several videosContinue reading “Gunmen abduct 39 students from Nigerian college in Kaduna”

NIGERIA: Boko Haram militants kill 12 Christians, kidnap women and children

More Muslim murder and mayhem On Sunday 1 November, a heavily armed gang of Boko Haram militants attacked the predominantly Christian village of Takulashi, near Chibok, in Borno state in northeast Nigeria. The militants drove into the village in six gun-trucks and three heavy-duty vehicles and were armed with automatic weapons. Local Christian eye-witness Ishaku Musa said: “They shotContinue reading “NIGERIA: Boko Haram militants kill 12 Christians, kidnap women and children”

Wounded Nigerian pastor shot dead in cold blood while raising alarm of Fulani militant attack

A Nigerian pastor, already wounded in a Fulani militant attack, was shot multiple times by the gunmen as he attempted to warn his Adara Christian community, in Kaduna State, of the impending raid on Sunday, 6 September. Pastor Alubara Audu heard voices close to his home at 2 a.m. and attempted to raise the alarmContinue reading “Wounded Nigerian pastor shot dead in cold blood while raising alarm of Fulani militant attack”

Muslim Fulani Herdsmen Kill 14 Baptist Christians in Kogi State, Nigeria

Originally posted on VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED:
One of 14 Christians killed in Agbadu-Daruwana, Kogi state, Nigeria on July 29. (All Africa Baptist Fellowship Facebook) Nigeria (Morning Star News) – A Muslim Fulani herdsmen raid on a village in central Nigeria’s Kogi state on Wednesday (July 29) killed 14 Baptist Christians, including 13 members of an…

International Criminal Court needs to act in Nigeria

Out of the mountain of despair: Christian lives matter in northern Nigeria Nigerian Christian leaders around the globe have called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague to act now against the “pernicious genocide” in northern Nigeria. The Southern Kaduna People’s Union (SOKAPU) letter to the chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, opened by commendingContinue reading “International Criminal Court needs to act in Nigeria”

Fulani militants massacre 32 believers

“It is as if the lives of Christians no longer matter” says church leader as Fulani militants massacre 32 believers Christians attending a wedding celebration on Sunday 19 July were among at least 32 massacred in two successive attacks in 24 hours by Fulani militants in southern Kaduna State, Nigeria. Armed men on motorcycles stormedContinue reading “Fulani militants massacre 32 believers”

NIGERIA: Boko Haram kills over 80 people during attack in Borno State

Originally posted on VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED:
(Voice of the Persecuted) On Tuesday, Boko Haram Islamist militants killed 69 people during an attack on Faduma Koloram village in the Gubio area of Borno state. Many sustained gunshot wounds with 12 succumbing to their injuries on Wednesday, bringing the total casualties to 81. Nearly a dozen,…

Nigerian atrocities continue

Nigeria – Fulani militants exploit lockdown to launch series of murderous attacks Fulani militants killed at least eight Christians and injured scores of others on 12 May in one of a series of murderous attacks on villages in Nigeria’s Middle Belt launched during the Covid-19 lockdown. Large numbers of gunmen stormed the villages of Bakin-Kogi,Continue reading “Nigerian atrocities continue”