The numbers are chilling. It may be that these events actually took place to show the Ambassador how willing these groups are to fulfill the nefarious agenda they have in the works for Nigeria. It has also shown how fragile Nigeria really is as well.
There is no other way to put it but to state it openly. Christianity is under assault in Nigeria. The casualty list compiled by the Stefanos Foundation and Jubilee Campaign bear witness to this.
This conflict has some insidious undertones. Reactions by the Government of Nigeria and by some media outlets are chilling. They refuse to acknowledge that the Christian community is under assault. The conflict is referred to as “conflicts” or “issues” between herdsmen who are Fulani and farmers who for the most part are Christians. The Fulani have a calculated plan, in which they seize the land of Christian farmers, then change the deeds to show that they are in fact the legal owners of the land in question.
I might be wrong, but doesn’t what is described above fall under the definition of genocide as defined by the United Nations?
Another area of concern is that the Fulani don’t seem to care who sees or learns about their plan.