Tag: Cameroon

The persecution of Christians in Africa remains tragic

African Christians are regularly targeted by violent groups such as Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen.

Four civilians killed by Boko Haram in Cameroon

Last Wednesday, Boko Haram terrorists killed at least four civilians in an overnight attack in the far-north region of Cameroon.

Vicar general kidnapped in Cameroon

The Vicar General of the diocese of Mamfe in the English-speaking region in the south-west of the country was kidnapped.

English-speaking separatists attack a Presbyterian church at mass in Cameroon

A faithful died and several others were injured including the pastor.

Two churches desecrated in Cameroon

On the 14th of May and on the 8th of July, two churches were desecrated in Bamenda, Cameroon.

Six priests and missionaries abducted within two weeks in Cameroon

“Within the past two weeks, six Roman Catholic priests and missionaries were abducted, and a church attacked".

Kidnapped priest released in Cameroon

Father Eboka thanked parishioners for the prayers that got him through his difficult circumstance.

Budapest Report on Christian Persecution 2020: sub-Saharan Christians, part 2

Even though in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan Christians are in majority, they still face religious persecution.

Boko Haram attacks on the rise in Cameroon

The Boko Haram insurgency began in Nigeria in 2009, spreading across the Lake Chad Basin.

Cardinal who worked for peace in Cameroon died at the age of ninety

Cardinal Christian Wiyghan Tumi, Cameroon’s first cardinal and advocate for peace in the country’s Anglophone crisis, has died.