At least 300 Christians have been massacred in one county of Plateau state, Nigeria in a month.
Extremists killed a church pastor, his wife and 41 other people in an attack last month on two predominantly Christian villages.
Dozens of Christians have been killed by Fulani herdsmen in the last few weeks.
The slaughter followed a similar assault the previous week in Antsa village, in Kwara District of Keana County.
The killing followed a recent bomb attack on a Christian-owned business in Taraba state’s Jalingo town, in northeast Nigeria.
Nigeria led the world in Christians killed for their faith last year.
Benue has been repeatedly targeted by Fulani who have become radicalised because of its strategic position in Nigeria
Last year, Nigeria earned the title of the worst country for Christian persecution in ICC’s 2021 Persecutor of the Year Awards.
Nigeria earned the distinction of being the country with the world’s worst persecution in ICC’s Persecutor of the Year Awards.