Twenty-nine Nigerian Christians slaughtered in three-day pogrom

(The Catholic Herald).

Suspected Fulani Islamist militants carried out on a three-day massacre in Pankshin Diocese in Nigeria’s Middle Belt, killing 29 Christians, injuring a further two, and burning down churches and houses.

The attacks took place across the villages of Kopnanle, Mandung, Bokkos Town and the Mbar district of Bokkos.

Speaking to Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), the Catholic charity for persecuted Christians, Father Andrew Dewan, director of communications in Pankshin Diocese, gave exclusive details about the attack.

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