By Theodore Shoebat
Two Muslims in Kenya approached a Christian man named George Muriki as he was entering church, and shot him three times, killing him in cold blood. The report says:
Elsewhere in Africa, police searched for a gunman who shot a Christian dead at the gate leading to a church worship site on in the post city of Mombase, Christians said.
One of two men reportedly followed 25-year-old George Muriki when he and two fellow church members arrived at the gate leading to Maximum Revival Ministries church. Muriki was shot three times in the back by the gunman, apparently after mistaking him for the church pastor, the pastor added in published remarks.
Soon after the January 11 incident, a 70-year-old Christian who had just left Neno Evangelism Church in Mombasa was shot near Kenya Methodist University, Christians explained.
Ngoro Nyaga was reportedly hospitalized Monday, January 12, with a bullet wound in his shoulder at Coast Provincial General Hospital.
The motives of the attackers were not immediately clear, but it came amid mounting concerns over Islamic extremism in northern and coastal Kenya, especially after last week’s terror attacks in Paris that killed 20 people, including the three gunmen.