The escalation of persecution against Christians in recent decades is a grave violation of human rights and religious freedom.
Members of an Islamic terrorist group on Friday killed a church pastor and 13 other Christians in northeast Nigeria, Abuja.
Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram attacked a village in Nigeria, killing one Christian, wounding two and kidnapping 25 others.
Terrorists killed 11 Christians in Plateau state, while 20 others were slain in Taraba, Nigeria last week.
Cameroon’s military has been deployed to protect civilians on the border. according to AFP.
Open Doors visited a Christian woman in a refugee camp where she lives with thousands of people.
As many as 3,000 people fled to neighboring Dori, where aid agencies are located, a local official said.
There has been a rise in crime and violence in Nigeria in the last two years.
The Jihad Analytics data also showed that while Nigeria has recorded 162 IS operations since January 2022, Iraq has recorded 120.