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While the world has its eyes on the tragedy in Sri Lanka, the church in Nigeria also suffered a series of attacks during the Easter period.
The 2019 World Watch List reports 4,136 Christians in the top 50 countries were killed for their faith. Nigeria alone accounts for 90% of those killed.
In the last three years, Fulani Herdsmen attacks have been responsible for more killings than Boko Haram.
Christians in Nigeria continue to suffer extreme persecution.From 21-24 June Islamic extremist group, Fulani herdsmen, raided Christian villages - setting fire to homes and churches. At least 200 Christians were killed over four days.Women and children are especially vulnerable and a dusk-to-dawn curfew has been put in place. Our partners tell us that the violence continues.
Leah Sharibu was abducted from her school in Dapchi, Nigeria, on February 19th.