Fulani herdsmen continue destroying Christian farming villages in Nigeria
More than eleven thousand people were displaced from sixteen different villages last week in the Miango community of Nigeria’s Plateau State.
Militant Fulani herdsmen were reported to have conducted the attacks on the farming communities. “This is the risk to farm as a Christian,” an eyewitness told a local ICC contact, “going to the farm is like committing suicide”.
Nigeria is the biggest killing ground of Christians today, but few are aware of it. Christian farming villages are repeatedly attacked in Nigeria’s Middle Belt region and tens of thousands have died over the last 20 years. In addition, hundreds of thousands of Christians have lost everything and are living as refugees.
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