Fulani Herdsman Behead Christian Father, 7-Year-old Son

(International Christian Concern) – ICC has confirmed an attack reported by Punch Newspapers of an incident yesterday where a father and son were killed by men suspected to be Fulani Militants.

“The victims identified as Thomas Wollo, 46, and Nggwe Thomas, 7,  were attacked and beheaded by some herdsmen close to their home in  Tafigana village, Bassa LGA, while returning from a choir practice at about 8.50pm on Sunday,” said the news source.

The perpetrators of the attack were said to have disappeared into the bush afterwards and have not been found. Zongo Lawrence, the spokesman for Miango Youth Development Association, stated that later that day millions of naira (Nigerian currency), worth of farmland were also destroyed in a nearby village.

“Seventeen of our people have been killed by Fulani herdsmen this year,” Lawrence said in a statement. “The international community should come to our aid; we are under heavy siege.”

 “As a people, we are continuously under attack and nobody seems to be hearing our cry for help,” said the President of Irigwe Youth Movement, Mr Chinge Dodo. “It appears that killing our people has become a routine.”

Editor’s note, This article was written by and published at Persecution.org

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4 thoughts on “Fulani Herdsman Behead Christian Father, 7-Year-old Son

  1. How much longer until Christ is blessedly sent by Our Father to herald the end of this wicked, wicked world?

  2. “The international community should come to our aid” – I agree Mr. Lawrence. World powers have been standing idly by while Christians in Africa were slaughtered, for the past 3 decades or more. It’s a disgrace.

  3. Wait a minute, I thought Africa had been transformed into Wakanda. You mean it was just a fantasy?

    If you want to see more of this kind of savagery, watch the mid ‘90s movie about the internal war between the citizens of Rwanda where one tribe slaughtered another.

    It’s called “Hotel Rwanda“ and was available for free on YouTube recently. Saw it in the theater when it came out but plan to watch it again.

    Unfortunately, this kind of unrepentant savagery has made its way down to South Africa as we should not ignore it because it’s probably heading our way.

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