After meeting the victims of persecution a Christian priest and a Rabbi wrote a book together about Christians killed in Africa.
A source from the diocese told Bitter Winter that his detention was due to his disobedience of the government.
The crime took place near the church of Saint Roch, where Fr. Malgesini was serving. An investigation is underway.
The causes of this attack are being investigated by a special police surveillance unit.
The weakening economy increases poverty which is working in favour of jihadist recruitment.
U.S. government impose severe penalties on those who physically block access to facilities that murder unborn children.
The Vicar General of the diocese explained that "it would be irresponsible to expose Fr. Patrick Asomugha to further danger."
There are many jihadists groups working in Southern Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali
Guy-Robert Mandro, parish priest of Fataki was badly injured along his way to Kondoni by an armed militia.