Caleb Mutua (28) and his 30-year-old brother Samuel along with Titus Mushindi (29) were killed by Al-Shabaab terrorists in an early morning raid on Kamuthe Boarding School on 13 January. Anne Gideon, who survived the attack, told reporters that she heard the leader of the gang of twenty militants order that everyone should be killed.
Northeastern regional commissioner Nicodemus Ndalana told reporters there was a conspiracy between the locals and the militants.
“It is not possible for the militants to walk all the way from the border into the heart of Kamuthe and carry out such a coordinated attack without the locals' involvement. We will not spare anyone irrespective of his or her status in society in this war. My mission is to get rid of al Shabaab in the region,” he said.
Rev. Lawan Andimi is chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria, and was abducted by Boko Haram on 2nd January this year.. He is just one of many hundreds of Christian children, women and men kidnapped and held by B H in Nigeria. The silence on this outrage from most of the Christian world is shameful.
Here is a propaganda video B H released of Lawan Andimi:
More harrowing attacks which won't be reported by the MSM:
More details of these and other attacks from Church In Chains here:
Every year, hundreds of Nigerian Christians are being assaulted, tortured and killed by Fulani extremists in the Middle Belt region of the nation. In 2019 alone, an estimated 1,350 Christians were killed by militant Islamic groups in Nigeria, according to Open Doors. Reports from the ground indicate that the Fulani were responsible for at least 500 of these deaths. Most recently, on Jan. 26 and 27, the Fulani attacked two villages, setting a church building ablaze and killing at least 26 people.
Fulani attacks like this are all too common. Huts are burned down with people trapped inside. Roadblocks and false police checkpoints are set up to ambush minibuses and vehicles. In fact, the violence has gotten so intense, that some human rights observers have begun to question whether the Fulani’s persecution of Christian farmers constitutes genocide.