Is Nigeria on U.S. Radar as a Country of Particular Concern?
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom has reportedly made recommendations to the U.S. government to place Nigeria on the "country of particular concern" list. The decision would be based on what it described as the country's lack of religious freedom and, among others, the killing of Christian farmers by predominantly Muslim herders, according to information obtained by This Day newspaper.
This Day, 2 June 2018
Against the backdrop of incessant killings in Nigeria, particularly the predominantly Muslim herdsmen slaying Christian farmers, the United States Commission on International… Read more »
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