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JANUARY TO JUNE, 2020

In 122 events from January 1 to June 7, 2020, seven hundred and ninety (790) had been viciously killed and another three hundred and thirty-six (336) wounded.  Apart from a case like the attack by Ansaru terrorists ambushing an Emir’s convoy (and killing at least 30 people) on January 14, virtually all the victims were Christians. And 100% of the killers were Muslim Jihadists (either Boko Haram/Ansaru or Fulani herdsmen/Miyetti Allah).

The Nigeria data were extracted from the website of The Religion of Peace (https://www.thereligionofpeace.com/ ), and posted on our Blog at https://churcharise.blogspot.com/2020/06/comparing-fatalities-from-covid-19-and.html

If someone were to publish daily the number of Christians that are wantonly and brutally killed for their faith like the NCDC is doing for COVID-19), perhaps our leaders in Christendom would know how better to respond to the patently unreasonable regulations being foisted on the on the Church as conditions for re-opening our auditoriums. 

Below are the details:          

Date

Location

Killed

Wounded

Remarks

2020.02.21

Garkida

2

0

At least 2 guards were killed when Boko Haram burnt churches and a hospital

2020.02.19

Bang

1

1

Muslim radicals hacked an older man to death with machetes.

2020.02.15

Gwosa

100

0

A purported attack by Boko Haram Islamist on a village leaves 100 dead

2020.02.15

Dankar

9

0

9 villages are shot to death by Fulani terrorists.

2020.02.14

Tsuawa

21

0

Militant Muslims burn twenty-one people to death in their homes

2020.02.13

Malul

1

6

A potato farmer is hacked to death by militant Muslims

2020.02.10

Tungushe

1

1

A village guard is picked off by Boko Haram.

2020.02.10

Gajiganna

1

0

One person is brought down in a hail of Boko Haram bullets

2020.02.10

Rann

3

9

Three people are laid out by heavy Boko Haram machine-guns

2020.02.09

Tyana

3

3

Militant Muslims a small village, killing three residents.

2020.02.09

Auno

30

18

Thirty motorists are burned alive in their cars by Islamists who also kidnap woman and children.

2020.02.06

Malia

1

0

village schoolteacher is murdered by ISGS.

2020.02.05

Madagali

2

1

man and woman are shot to death when Boko Haram invade a peaceful farming community

2020.02.01

Kaduna  

1

1

Muslim radicals kidnap and murder an 18-year-old Catholic seminary student.

2020.01.31

Askira

3

5

A group fighting for Sharia kills three during an attack on a small town.

2020.01.31

Kaduna  

1

0

A doctor's wife is kidnapped and murdered by 'radicalized' Muslims.

2020.01.30

Muna Dalti

3

4

A 12-year-old female suicide bomber kills three boys at a school.

2020.01.28               

Maiduguri

2

0

Two fish delivery drivers are murdered by Boko Haram.

2020.01.27

Ruboi     

17

5

A pregnant woman is among seventeen innocents shot or burned alive by militant Muslims.

2020.01.26               

Gwoza   

3

13

A 12-year-old boy is among three worshippers purged by a suicide bomber at a rival mosque.

2020.01.26

Kwatas    1

15

3

Two women are among the dead when fundamentalists hit a bar.

2020.01.25

Owan     

1

1

Farmer is shot to death by Muslim terrorists.

2020.01.23

Kaga

8

0

Eight members of an engineering crew are ambushed and murdered by Boko Haram.

2020.01.23

Dikwa

5

4

Islamists open fire on a group collecting firewood, killing five.

2020.01.22

Maiduguri

10

 

A university student is abducted and murdered a few weeks later by Islamists.

2020.01.21

Mainok

7

7

Jihadists roll through a village in trucks fitted with machine-guns, slaughtering at least seven.

2020.01.20

Abebe

4

2

A church leader is among four innocents slain by militant Muslims.

2020.01.20

Torko

1

0

A church member is cut down by Fulani mercenaries.

2020.01.19

Michika 

1

0

A Christian pastor is abducted and beheaded in captivity by Islamic radicals.

2020.01.19

Borno

17

0

Seventeen Nigerians are reported dead following a Boko Haram ambush.

2020.01.18

Ngala     

20

2

Twenty refugees are reportedly killed by Boko Haram during a suicide attack on an aid station.

2020.01.17

Firgi

14

4

A Boko Haram attacks leaves at least thirteen dead.

2020.01.17

Gora-Gan

2

3

Two Catholic girls are gunned down by militant Muslims.

2020.01.15

Auno

4

7

Islamic State members fires heavy weapons into a village, killing four.

2020.01.14

Kaduna-Zaria

30

100

Ansuru terrorists open fire on an emir's convoy, killing at least thirty others.

2020.01.13

Borno

1

0

A Christian man is executed by a child member of the Islamic State.

2020.01.10

Gajiram 

5

0

Five hunters are machine-gunned by Boko Haram.

2020.01.09

Monguno

8

0

An Islamic State attack leaves eight dead.

2020.01.08

Kulben  

19

1

Militant Muslims attack a local village and slaughter nineteen

2020.01.08

Kaduna

4

0

Militant Muslims are suspected in an attack on a Catholic seminary that leaves four dead.

2020.01.06

Gamboru

30

35

Boko Haram set off a bomb on a crowded bridge leading into a market, killing thirty innocents.

2020.01.04

Jakana

4

11

Jihadists sneak onto a base and machine-gun four local soldiers

2020.01.03

Payasatan Bilaburdar

3

0

A farmer and two siblings are murdered by Boko Haram.

2020.01.03

Tawari

19

0

Fulani mercenaries burn down a village, killing nineteen

2020.01.03

Bila-Amboldar

3

0

Boko Haram burn down homes and kill three villagers.

2020.01.01

Gako

1

0

Militant Muslims shoot a man to death outside his home

         

Prof. Joshua O.

In addition to the data above, the following fatality was also recorded:

Tuesday 10th June, 2020 – Massacre in Gubio District, Borno – 81 people were killed by Boko Haram in one day. https://www..washingtonpost.com/world/africa/nigeria-borno-state-attack-coronavirus/2020/06/10/0147e06a-ab1b-11ea-a43b-be9f6494a87d_story.html

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