Living Under Terror

The story below is that of a 43yr old pastor in Michika, Adamawa state who survived a terror attack and was able to tell his story.

Domu, a 43yr old assistant pastor in Michika, Adamawa was in the church when someone came in around 11:30pm and told the church secretary that Boko haram members were coming so they dismissed everyone in the church but before they could even get out of the church the Boko haram members had entered the town and some of them had already surrounded the church so he ran out, mounted his motor cycle and rode off.

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No Longer at Ease: Decrying the rising rate of religious intolerance in southwest Nigeria

February is regarded by young people from my corner of the world, in Southwest Nigeria, as the month of love. February is contrasted with my personal experience in May, during which I was born into Nigeria’s repetitive pattern of hatred as it came to a head.

Personally, if I had my way, a virtue as exalted as love would be celebrated in May. For if love were celebrated on May 14th rather than on February 14th, not only would it coincide with my birth month, but it might do some small part to offset the hate, which ensued on May 15, 1992 – a day marking both my first day on earth as well as the Zango-Kataf riot.

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Tattaura Village, Other mourn from Continuous Bloodshed

Tattaura village is located about a kilometer away from the east of Gwantu, the Local Government headquarters of Sanga Local Government Council of Kaduna State. A community of about 7000 people consisting of 100% Christians which had made over 10 pastors and ministers of God working in different parts of the Country.

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Persecutions and Trauma of Ajay

Ajay was born 29 years ago, his father died when he was very young and his mother could not pay for his school fees because she is poor. As an orphan, life was so difficult for him. In order to earn a living with his mother who was widow, he went to city to do some petty business.

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Girl Narrates Ordeal With Boko Haram after 7weeks of Capture

The dream of pretty fifteen-year-old Abigail John, a senior secondary two student of Government Day Secondary School, Jang, Michika Local Government Area of Adamawa State, was temporarily dashed on October 29, 2014 at 11.00am when the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists attacked Mubi and caught her in her house alongside others.

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