Violence targeting Christians has been on the rise in the eastern region of Uganda since the coronavirus outbreak.
Muslims told Christians: "We are not going to take this mission of yours lightly. This is our last warning to you.”
Uganda’s constitution and other laws provide for religious freedom, including the right to propagate one’s faith.
"Muslim-background believers" (MBB's) are among the most vulnerable persecuted Christians in the world.
Islam had spread in the region through promises of wealth and power; in one town alone, there were 33 mosques and 10,000 Muslims.
A former sheikh (Muslim teacher) in eastern Uganda became a Christian - Muslim villagers surrounded his house and set it ablaze
Because of the coronavirus restrictions the girl was in another part of the country when she first heard about Christ.
Christian minorities in Nigeria are receiving one-sixth of the food rations allotted to them, unlike their Muslim counterparts.
Both women were beaten for sharing their faith.