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Friday, 5 March 2010

Persecution and murder in Nigeria

The recent outbreak of violence in Jos, Nigeria, has had tragic consequences. Helen, a mother of ten, and her family who live in Bukuru, a suburb of Jos, were attacked in their home by a violent mob of Muslim extremists. In the attack her husband, Samuel Ani, and three of her sons, Kenneth Ani, Nonso Nweke and Chinedu, were tragically killed.

Muslims had gathered outside Helen’s house, incessantly banging on the door and lighting fires in the street. Helen and her daughters pleaded with the attackers and they eventually allowed the females to leave the building, before ransacking the house and mercilessly attacking Samuel Ani and his sons.

In total the deaths of 48 Christians have been confirmed in the outbreak of violence, which was triggered when Muslim youths attacked a church building. Police estimate over 300 lives were lost in the violence.

In order to bring such atrocities to the attention of politicians, Open Doors is working together with Andrew Pelling, MP for central Croydon, who has sponsored Early Day Motion No. 877. The Motion calls on the government to raise and pursue concerns about human rights and religious liberty when dealing with foreign governments. Open Doors is urging supporters to write to their MPs requesting that they add their names to the list of signatories.

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