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  • Terrifying Moment Boko Haram Killed Two Christian Aid Workers in Nigeria...Clamouring We Must Kill Every Christian
  • Terrifying Moment Boko Haram Killed Two Christian Aid Workers in Nigeria...Clamouring We Must Kill Every Christian

    Islamic fanatic gathering Boko Haram discharged a video a week
    ago demonstrating the execution of two Christian aide workers in Nigeria, sources said. Lawrence Duna Dacighir and Godfrey Ali Shikagham, the two individuals from the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) in Plateau state, are demonstrated stooping while three covered, outfitted men remain behind them in a video posted Sept. 22 on Boko Haram's Amaq news organization site.

    The two youngsters, who had gone to Maiduguri to help fabricate covers for individuals uprooted by Islamic fanatic savagery, are then shot from behind.
    Speaking in the Hausa language, the middle one of the three terrorists says in the video that they have vowed to kill every Christian they capture in revenge for Muslims killed in past religious conflicts in Nigeria.

    Dacighir and Shikagham, originally from Plateau state’s Mangu County, were captured by Boko Haram, now called the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP), as they carried out their work in displaced persons camps. Ethnic and religious tensions resulted in large-scale clashes between Muslims and Christians in Jos in 2001 and 2008. It is not clear from the video, temporarily posted on YouTube, when the two men were executed. Their identities were confirmed by a relative, the Rev. John Pofi, a COCIN pastor.

    Pastor Pofi, a cousin of the two executed Christians, told Morning Star News in a text message statement also shared with others that the two Plateau state natives had gone to Maiduguri from Abuja. “Lawrence and Godfrey left Abuja for Maiduguri in search of opportunities to utilize their skills for the betterment of humanity and paid with their lives,” Pofi said.


    “We will never get their corpses to bury. The community will have to make do with a makeshift memorial to these young lives cut short so horrifically.” If the federal government had created economic opportunities for those tempted to join extremist groups and had returned security to the country, his cousins would not be dead now, Pastor Pofi said.


    “We must ask ourselves if this is the kind of country we want where young men who are earning an honest living are brutally killed while those who abduct and kill others are invited to dialogue with government and paid handsomely,” he said. In a letter last week to the United Nations secretary general, attorney Emmanuel Ogebe of the U.S.-Nigeria Law Group, a legal consulting firm with an emphasis on human rights, expressed concern that the Nigerian government did not condemn the killing of the two men even though they were helping to provide shelter for displaced Nigerians. “Lawrence and Godfrey.

    were using their skills to provide a basic human need of shelter to others when they were killed,” Ogebe stated.

    “Your excellency, we wish to draw your urgent attention to the fact that taken together with the execution of aid worker Hauwa Liman (ICRC) this time last year, the recorded number of aid workers slaughtered by terrorists in Nigeria over the past decade is now in excess of 40.” Ogebe asserted in his letter that the killing of the two Christians was Boko Haram’s first execution on the basis of “ethnic cleansing.

    ” The two victims were from the predominantly Christian Mwalghavul ethnic group. Previous ethnic/religious clashes took place between the predominantly Muslim Hausa and Fulanis against the predominantly Christian Berom, Irigwe, Afizere, Tarok, Ngas and Mwalghavul peoples.


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