On the 5th of March, armed men, allegedly belonging to the Oromo Liberation Front, broke into an Orthodox church.
As many as 750 people were executed in front of the Church of Our Lady of Zion in Aksum, in the Tigray region.
Christian men were assassinated by members of an Islamist group in Indonesia. Twenty-five children witnessed the tragedy.
This is not the first time that curfews and travel restrictions have made it easier for attackers to kill people in Nigeria.
Oromo is the country’s largest ethnic group but remains marginalised and severely persecuted.
At least twenty-three people were killed, and twenty others were wounded, including women and children.
Locals reported the attack while it was still in progress in Apiashyim; security personnel only arrived when the attack was over.
Christians carry the weight of their past with them every day, and many see their futures as bleak.
The propaganda of Huhu: “eliminate the cockroaches” was diffused in the RTML radio, and also in some newspapers.