Thankfully no one was killed in these attacks but they do show how dangerous life can be for Christians in this African region.
The report goes on to state that the drivers of violence against and committed by Fulani are “complex” and “multidimensional.”
Nigeria ranks second in the list of countries with the highest number of Christians killed for their faith, behind Pakistan.
International observers emphasise that the increasing violence in the region could lead to a civil war.
“While we were praying and refused to open the entrance to the house, they tried to break in using a hammer," explained a pastor.
50,000 Christians have been displaced from 109 villages now occupied by armed Fulani herdsmen in southern Kaduna state.
Commissioner Ayuba said that in addition to the fourteen people killed, six were wounded
Four churches have been closed since Christians fled the area.
The Adara Development Association, ADA, in Kaduna State has cried out over killing and kidnapping of their indigenes by bandits.