Rising Incidents Of Violence Against Christians In Nigeria: U.S Senators Cry Out To Biden (Photo)

July 2, 2022 / Oladunjoye Olakunle Olaiya / Flames From The Web / 2 Comments »

The American Senators, Marco Rubio and Josh Hawley have written to the president of the United States, Joe Biden, urging him to relist Nigeria as a nation of particular concern due to the country’s rising incidents of violence against Christians in the wake of the Pentecost Sunday churchgoer massacre and the stoning of a Christian college student.

Macro Rubio (R-Florida), Josh Hawley (R-Missouri), Mike Bravn (R-Indiana), Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas), and Jim Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) are the senators from the United States of America who submitted the letter to the president outlining what needs to be done.

This has gained attention because recent, well-publicised acts of violence highlight the severe religious persecution that Nigerian Christians consistently face.

The letter that the US senators sent to the president are attached.

May God continue to protect the Christians and heal our land from evildoers. Amen!!!


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2 responses to “Rising Incidents Of Violence Against Christians In Nigeria: U.S Senators Cry Out To Biden (Photo)”

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