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The series of Fulani crimes continues in Nigeria

A group of Fulani herdsmen attacked Kpachudu village in Miango District (Plateau state) on the 28th of September. Two young Christian women and a six-year-old boy were killed.


Last week a sixty-four-year-old Christian community leader was one of eight Christians killed in Plateau state by Fulani herdsmen. On the 11th of September, Fulani militants ambushed four Church of Christ in Nations members of Wereng village, Riyom County, shooting one of them dead, said community leader Davou Gyang. Herdsmen also ambushed and killed a Christian couple five days before in Hukke village, near the town of Miango in Bassa County. Two members of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) were also killed.

On the 30th of January Christian Solidarity International (CSI) issued a genocide warning for Nigeria, calling on the Permanent Member of the United Nations Security Council to take action. CSI issued the call in response to “a rising tide of violence directed against Nigerian Christians and others classified as ‘infidels’ by Islamist militants in the country’s north and middle belt regions.”


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