Nigerian Christians return to rebuild lives in communities liberated from Boko Haram

Nigerian Christians return to rebuild lives in communities liberated from Boko Haram
Nigerian Christians displaced by Boko Haram are beginning to return home. They are being encouraged by the government, which has won back territory from the insurgents but which is also struggling to provide enough aid. World Watch Monitor received a first-hand account from church worker Isaac*, describing day-to-day living now . . . Read More

Nigerian Fulani attacks ‘kill 1,269 since 2013’

Attacks by Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria’s central state of Benue have claimed at least 1,269 lives, a study by Premium Times magazine has shown. On February 21, in an attack in Agatu, for instance, one of the most serious in Nigeria in recent years – over 500 villagers were reportedly . . . Read More

UPDATE: Nigerian Christians told to ‘buckle up’ after preacher hacked to death

UPDATE: Nigerian Christians told to ‘buckle up’ after preacher hacked to death
Mother of seven, Eunice Elisha, was murdered close to Nigeria’s capital, AbujaWorld Watch Monitor   A female preacher was hacked to death in the early hours of 9 July near Nigeria’s capital. Eunice Elisha, a mother of seven, had gone out to preach as was usual, her husband, Olawale Elisha, . . . Read More