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Christians in Central-Africa gone Bad, 7 Muslims dead

Central Africa, Pope Francis’ travel destination come November 29th and 30th has in its usual menace recorded yet another devastating event of killing. On Monday 26th October Christian in Bangui attacked the Union for Peace in Central African Republic (UPC), made-up of the majority Muslim Seleka rebel alliance, who has gathered to discuss how to make peace and resolve the uprise in their nation.

The Christians in an opposite and disgraceful act to their faith propelled this attack in response to the three Christians who lost their lives in the hands of the Muslims in the PK3 area of Bangui sometimes early this year.

“The provisional death toll is seven killed and one injured but whose life is not in danger, four of the dead were UPC members while three were Christians targeted in a revenge attack" Security Minister Dominique Saïd Panguindji said.

These violence and killings between the Christians and Muslims in the Central Africa have been a major odd event since 2013 when the Muslim Seleka rebels ousted former president Francois Bozize, a Christian.









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