Boko Haram has slaughtered 13,000 Christians in their reign of terror to destroy Christianity in Nigeria. Where is the Black Lives Matter movement? They are silent because they are in reality on the side of the devil. They hate authority and only want more anarchy. If they truly cared about African people, they would be crying out on the rooftops about Christian persecution in Nigeria. I guess black lives only matter when they want to lynch police officers. Here is the report:
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) estimates that over thirteen thousand members of the Ekeklesiya Yan’uwa Nigeria (EYN church brethren) have been killed by Boko Haram insurgents in the states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa since the start of insurgency in the northeast.
The national president of the youth wing of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Daniel Kadzai, disclosed this to Daily Times, at the 69th EYN annual convention held at the weekend at its headquarters in Jos. The president, who in his address to the church members empathised with the victims of Boko Haram, also said about 70 per cent of EYN members were displaced by the insurgency and properties worth millions of naira were lost. He said 170 members of EYN were among the 219 Chibok school girls that were kidnapped two years ago by the insurgents.
Kadzai who claimed that the Boko Haram insurgents was still holding some territory in some part of Borno villages, said he was housing over 100 internally displaced persons (IDPs), in his Jos residence. He said: “The EYN no doubt is harshly affected by the insurgency. Lives are lost, Church buildings and houses destroyed and properties worth billions of Naira have also been destroyed. In all these, we are more than conquerors through Christ who strengthens us. For neither persecution nor tribulations; neither principalities nor powers shall ever separate us from the love of Christ Jesus. Shame to the devil, the one who comes to steal, to kill and to destroy, for by the power of God, no one of us will miss heaven in the name of Jesus Christ.”