In an ongoing series of tragic events that the mainstream media seems largely uninterested in covering, radical Muslim Fulani herdsmen aided by terrorists launched several attacks against Christians between January 22 and 25, burning down dozens of houses and murdering eight innocent civilians.
The first attack took place on January 22, when Islamic radical ambushed and murdered three Christians traveling from Telma village to their homes in the Kpachudu and Kwall villages. One of the victims was beheaded.
On January 25, Islamic extremists burned 50 homes and a partially constructed church in the village of Zanwra, near the city of Jos, in the Plateau state according to a Morning Star News report.
Rev. Sunday Gado Biri of the Evangelical Church Winning All witnessed the devastation. He told the press, "A critical look at these attacks has revealed that it is not only the herdsmen who are attacking Christian communities, as there are terrorists collaborating with them to carry out these attacks."