UNENDING KILLING OF CHRISTIANS IN NORTHERN NIGERIA; A NEGATIVE PARADIGM
The Nigerian state is a multiethnic, multi- religious and multilingual nation no doubt. It is so recognised even in our Constitution.
It shall be considerably understandable if a natural or man made travail bewilders the nation in part or whole without selectively facing a particular or set of religious or ethnic group as the sole target.
The obvious insecurity in the Nigerian nation is beginning to establish in crystal antecedent that Christians are the principal target of all divergent insurgencies and brutalities in record.
Most worrisome is the overt attitude of the incumbent Federal and some states government who have impliedly paid deaf ears to the outcry of the dying Christian communities in whose lands, massacred innocent children, men and women have severally been buried in mass.
Why would all the facets and agents of insecurity in Nigeria have Christians as targets and victims?
The recent Northeast kidnap and subsequent slaughter of Pastor Lawan Andimi, chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and father of 7 in Adamawa State on January 20th added to our predicaments.
11 Christians were killed on 26th December in revenge of the American raid that took the ISIS figure and the government influenced media kept quite.
Kajuru Local Government in Southern Kaduna predominantly Christians cannot exhaustively count her losses.
Another 11 people were killed on a Good Friday attack by gunmen. They were worshippers returning from church at Tse-Aye and Tse- Ngibo in Katsina-Ala Local Government of Benue state.
On Easter Sunday 2019, a Muslim defence officer (Ukasha) killed 13 boys and wounded 32 others taking part in a night procession at Sabob Layi, Gombe State in an intentional car roll.
Borno State indigines and residents are tired of mourning for slaughter of #Christians.
The shock of Eunice Alisha who was butchered to death in 2016 while preaching in Abuja has probably died off while a lot aren't reported.
To me and to every right seasoning human, the war is against Christians and Christianity thus, we beckon on the President of the United States Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, the Prime minister of the Great Britain Boris Johnson, prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu – בנימין נתניהו all International Communities and the United Nations to beam their focus on the killings complained of in Nigeria since our Governments have ignored our crying voices.