Bishops Body found in River: Is this Murder or Suicide

Cameroon Bishop Jean-Marie Benoit Balla was found dead on June 1st. Bishop Balla was reported missing on May 30th after a note was discovered in his truck near the Sanaga river reading, “I am in the water.” News of the note left many believing the Bishop committed suicide, but others did not look away from… Continue reading Bishops Body found in River: Is this Murder or Suicide

Finally a glimpse of Hope about the Abducted School Girls in Nigeria's Christian state secondary school

Yesterday was the 2-years anniversary of the abduction of 276 girls from a primarily Christian State Secondary School by the Boko Haram terrorist group in the town of Chibok, Borno State since April 14th, 2014. The kidnapped girls are school girls within the age range of 16 to 18 years old. There were forcefully taken by… Continue reading Finally a glimpse of Hope about the Abducted School Girls in Nigeria's Christian state secondary school

An accomplice to the 2011 Bombing of a Catholic Church by islamic extremist arrested in Nigeria

The dreadful bomb explosion that claimed the lives of over Seventy catholics present at a Christmas mass of 2011 is one of the early great hits of the Islamic terrorist group (Boko Haram) of Nigeria, when they sent a suicide bomber to St Theresa’s Catholic Church in Niger state with bags of bomb stuck inside… Continue reading An accomplice to the 2011 Bombing of a Catholic Church by islamic extremist arrested in Nigeria

Nigeria tops record for number of Christians killed for faith-related reasons

Christians are facing growing persecution around the world, fueled mainly by Islamic extremism. At least two million people, many of them Christians, have been displaced from their homes in the northern part of Nigeria, where the Islamist militant group Boko Haram has vowed to make life miserable for Christians. Report says that Nigeria came first… Continue reading Nigeria tops record for number of Christians killed for faith-related reasons

Catholic bishops of southwest Nigeria commend considerable progress towards countering Nigeria's Boko Haram militants

Catholic bishops of southwest Nigeria have commended Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari and the Nigerian Army for the considerable progress recorded in the fight against Boko Haram. “ Boko Haram are being scattered and are on the run,” President Buhari said just four months after his election into office. “Occurrences of senseless killing by the Boko… Continue reading Catholic bishops of southwest Nigeria commend considerable progress towards countering Nigeria's Boko Haram militants

Cameroonian military rescues 900 hostages from Boko Haram

Joseph Beti Assomo, Cameroon’s Minister Defense says Cameroon’s army, backed by a regional task-force, has freed about 900 Boko Haram hostages, killed at least 100 members of the Islamist extremist group and seized from the Boko Haram Militants an important stock of weapons and ammunition. Joint forces from Cameroon, Chad, Nigeria and Benin reportedly killed… Continue reading Cameroonian military rescues 900 hostages from Boko Haram

Pope Francis to visit the Mosque in Central Africa for peace Mission against insurgency in Africa

Pope Francis will be visiting Africa November 2015. It is so far certain now that the Pope will be visiting Uganda and Kenya first. The Pope will as well visit Central Africa between  29th – 30th of November after visiting Kenya and Uganda. Central Africa, a nation ravaged by a civil-war that have lasted in… Continue reading Pope Francis to visit the Mosque in Central Africa for peace Mission against insurgency in Africa

Nigerian prelate sees tide turning against Boko Haram, supports amnesty offer

A Nigerian cardinal has lent his support to a proposal to offer amnesty for members of the Boko Haram terrorist organization. Most Boko Haram fighters have no interest in the groups Islamist ideology, said Cardinal John Onaiyekan of Abuja. Speaking to Aid to the Church in Need during a visit to New York, the Nigerian… Continue reading Nigerian prelate sees tide turning against Boko Haram, supports amnesty offer