Tag: African Christians

A convert to Christianity was burnt alive in the Ivory Coast for leaving Islam

Ouattara Adama de Bondoukou paid with his life for following Jesus.

Burkina Faso: An exemplary way of helping the victims of terrorism

To help mitigate the impact of the crisis, ACN has just approved a project that will be helping internally displaced people.

Seven women kidnapped, forcefully converted to Islam and married in Nigeria

HACFO has been working on the tragic incidences of abduction and forceful Islamization

Coronavirus pandemic means more abuse of Christians all around the world

Reports have appeared in recent weeks indicating that the COVID crisis serves as an opportunity to discriminate against Christians

This Kenyan nun runs a program for girls with disabilities

“Most parents we called were not ready to pick their girls,” Sr. Rose Catherine said.

Fulani militants kill 2, burn down church in Kaduna attacks

Attacks conducted by Fulani militants in Kaduna State have left two people dead, dozens of homes destroyed and one church in ashes

Newlywed couple and others abducted from wedding at church in Nigeria

Who were not able to escape out of the church were taken and no news has been reported about their current situation.

Jihadists continue their offensive on Mozambique

Last year, over one hundred thousand Christians were forced to flee the northern region of Cabo Delgado.

Fulani militants kill four in Kaduna State, Nigeria

The Nigerian Military did nothing to secure the area or return families to their rightful homes.

Nigeran Christian minority fears riots as Ramadan begins

Christians make up less than two per cent of the population and are particularly at risk in the case of unrest.