The latest in a spate of ethnic attacks could be considered crimes against humanity according to the United Nations
Police investigating the reason for the fire have revealed that it was started maliciously.
On the 30th of May, fanatic Islamic militants opened fire in a cattle market in Kompienga killing at least thirty people.
Fr. Esshaki wrote that he would pray for all who offend, defame and threaten him.
Police have arrested one suspect believed to be connected to Omozuwa's murder.
The stolen mobile phone was traced and thus made it possible for the police to arrest the killer.
On Easter Sunday 2019, nearly three hundred people were killed and five hundred injured in attacks on churches and hotels.
Christians feel threatened and abandoned in Nigeria, where they make up over half of the population.
The chapel of Saint Catherine, which is is located on the road to Moria migrant camp, has been attacked for the second time.