Nigeria-latest kidnapping update.

Posted on31OCT2019CategoriesNIGERIA The six students and two staff members kidnapped from a Christian-run school in Kaduna state on 3 October were released on Saturday 26 October. Police did not say if a ransom was paid, but sources told Nigerian newspapers that a ransom of 13.6 million Naira (approximately €33,750) had been paid. The teenage girls (four ofContinue reading “Nigeria-latest kidnapping update.”

Decade of Tears and Blood: 10 Years of Boko Haram Terrorism in Nigeria

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Bomb attack by Boko Haram in Abuja, Nigeria on April 14, 2014. (Wikipedia, VOA) Nigeria (Morning Star News) – A decade after Boko Haram began a bloody campaign to impose sharia (Islamic law) on all of Nigeria, Christian leaders say some areas are still under the control of the terrorists. This…

Kidnapped Baptist Pastor in Nigeria Freed after 17 Days of Torture

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Muslim Fulani herdsmen injured Baptist pastor Elisha Noma while holding him captive. (Morning Star News) Nigeria (Morning Star News) – A Baptist pastor kidnapped and tortured last month in Nigeria was released over the weekend after his family and Christian leaders paid a ransom, sources said. Muslim Fulani herdsmen…

Nigeria Says Leah Sharibu Is Alive; Herdsmen Attacks Continue

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National Mosque in Abuja, Nigeria. (Wikipedia) Nigeria (Morning Star News) – More than a month after an aid worker indicated in a video that kidnapped Christian teenager Leah Sharibu had been killed, a government official in Nigeria on Saturday (Aug. 31) said she was alive. Citing intelligence from security…

One Pastor Killed, Another Kidnapped in Separate Attacks in North-Central Nigeria

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? Photo of Rev. Jeremiah Omolewa of Living Faith Church in the city of Kaduna, Nigeria, was killed and his wife kidnapped on Aug. 4, 2019. (Morning Star News via Living Faith Church) No relief for Nigerian Christians subjected to continuous Muslim Fulani brutality. (Morning Star News) –…

Atrocious Nigerian Carnage Continues Unabated

Several hundred Christians killed, villages decimated as merciless wave of militant Fulani attacks sweeps northern Nigeria 20 August 2019 Hundreds of Christians lost their lives in the first half of 2019 alone as a wave of attacks by heavily-armed, mainly Muslim, Fulani militants continued to gather momentum in an agenda of “religious cleansing” that isContinue reading “Atrocious Nigerian Carnage Continues Unabated”

Long overdue

Nigerian Church Leader Calls for Gov’t Protection After Gunmen Kill Pastor, Abduct His Wife by VOICE OF THE PERSECUTED (CBN) A Nigerian pastor was reportedly killed and his wife abducted for ransom by unknown assailants Sunday evening while traveling on a highway. (CBN) A Nigerian pastor was reportedly killed and his wife abducted for ransom by unknownContinue reading “Long overdue”

At last signs of resistance to terror in Nigeria.

The fact that three young men were on terrorist watch is encouraging-every village I would say needs armed and trained young men to guard it! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Another Attack Targets Christians in Plateau State, Nigeria Three Young Men Wounded During Fulani Militant Ambush 08/07/2019 Washington, D.C. (International Christian Concern) – International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned thatContinue reading “At last signs of resistance to terror in Nigeria.”

7-Year-Old in Nigeria: How Herdsmen Shot Me and Killed My Uncle

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Muslim Fulani herdsman shot 7-year-old Christian boy in Gwanje village, Nasarawa state, on May 3, 2019. (Morning Star News) Nigeria (Morning Star News) – As a Baptist church member tried to fight off an armed Muslim Fulani herdsman in a village in north-central Nigeria, he told his 7-year-old nephew…

More Nigerian murders

Hundreds homeless after Fulani raids on Nigeria’s Central Belt Up to 13 people have been killed and hundreds left homeless after militants raided several mainly Christian villages in central Nigeria. Over 12 hours, Fulani attacked four villages in the area bordering Plateau and Kaduna states, burning homes, churches and farmland. Release partner Stefanos Foundation saysContinue reading “More Nigerian murders”