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An Igbo born Reverend sister residence in Rome has called the attention of the International Community over continued killings and unabated attacks on Christians in Nigeria.
The Sister, Monica Chikwe while speaking with an international mainstream media, EWTN News said the Fulani Herdsmen residence in Nigeria is bringing a huge amount of violence.
She said that every day, Priests face killings, kidnapping, rape, and humiliation in the hands of the insurgents and the Nigerian government is not doing anything about it.
She said the herders are forcing virtually, everyone to embrace their activities and take over small lands left in the East for farming.
She maintained that there is a silent genocide ongoing in Nigeria and the government takes it to be normal and seems to do nothing about it.
She said, Nigeria, which has appeared to love cows more than human beings signed a most sub-convention agreement against terrorism, and where it has found wanting, the international community, mainly, the United States of America, China, and other world powers should rise to save them.
Sister Monica, who is a member of Hospitaller Sisters Mercy, Rome, however, used, to the opportunity to call on the international community to intervene before it turns into a full-blown war. Watch Video
Meanwhile, in the same vein, the deputy leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Uche Mefor, has accused religious leaders in Nigeria of bias and wicked.
In a post shared on his Facebook timeline, he said the killing ongoing across states in Nigeria has reached a stage the international community is called upon for rescue.
Speaking directly against some Christian leaders, he said they have taken a bribe from politicians to keep mute over the series of atrocities brought upon them by state-sponsored terrorists.
Citing a scheduled protest said to hold today, Mefor said restricting the massive rally organized to hold nationwide to only in Abuja was an indication that someone somewhere is staging the genocide of Christians.