International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety) has joined the Coalition of Nigerians living in the United Kingdom to urge relevant leaders in Nigeria, including the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), “to go after” the immediate former governor of Kaduna State over the bigotry remarks he made on June 6 that have since gone viral.
Muslim Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria reportedly murdered “not less than 700 defenseless Christians” during the month of May this year, an investigative report indicates, and claims that the Christians lost their lives as “farewell gifts” to Muhammadu Buhari, the predecessor of Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Nigeria’s new President who was sworn in on May 29.
Thousands of Christians have been killed in Nigeria since the Islamist uprising began in 2009, a recent investigation has established, further revealing that “1,041 defenseless Christians” were put to death in the first 100 days of 2023.
A total of 6,006 Christians in Nigeria were hacked to death from January 2021 to March 2022, a recent investigation has established, noting that the number has doubled in recent years.
A recent study by the International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety) has revealed that jihadists in Nigeria are killing their fellow Muslims in alarming numbers as extremism rages in various States of the West African country.