Terrorists and extremists in Nigeria continue their onslaught against Christians, recently killing at least 65 people and abducting more than 145.
Muslim Fulani herdsmen and terrorists raided communities in Kaduna State, killing an estimated 50 Christians and abducting about 100, reported Morning Star News. Felix Fidson Zakari, a priest, was kidnapped at gunpoint.
In Kaduna State’s Angwan Bulus village, armed terrorists killed three Christians and wounded three others.
Three days prior to the Angwan Bulus attack, nine Christians were slain in five different villages in the state. Six people were injured and Joseph Aketo Bako, a priest, was abducted.
Fulani kidnapped two individuals in Angwan Barde village and also killed three Christians in Benue State. A dozen were wounded in that assault. (More than 20 others had previously been slain in that state.)
In Niger State armed bandits collaborating with Fulani kidnapped 45 Christians from six villages.