| Mike Pompe, United State’s Secretary of States
Nigeria as country have no value for human life especially the lives of Christians and have no respect for rule of law.
Apart from the present United State’s administration, other western countries have turned deaf-ears to the cries of the indigenous people who are mainly Christians and those mainly at the receiving end of these atrocities by the handlers of Nigeria and her government. However, the cabal ruling Nigeria are like the stubborn flies that gets buried with the corpse, because they have vehemently refused to these killings and human rights abuse.
They orchestrated the ongoing genocide against Christians who are predominantly Biafrans and the violations of human rights in mainly Eastern Nigeria.
There seems to be hope, as the United States of America under the leadership of Donald Trump is indirectly saying enough is enough by placing Nigeria on a special watch list for violation of human right and the ongoing massacre of Christians – religious intolerance; all supported and sponsored by Nigerian Government. Below is a message credited to Mike Pompe the Secretary of states to the United State and reported by Guardian Newspaper:
“No country, entity, or individual will be able to persecute people of faith with impunity,” United States’s secretary of state Mike Pompeo said. “These religious freedom designations show that when faith is attacked, we will act.”
Also, there is a report again which shows that Nigeria is on another list as a “Country of Particular Concern (CPC)”. Below is message from State Department:
Although the State Department said in a statement that Nigeria is on the SWL list, a report published by the United States Commission for International Religious Freedom showed the country is already classified as a CPC.
A group called USCIRF has this to say about how Nigeria supports and or sponsors religious violence, which is Jihad per say:
“The Nigerian federal government failed to implement effective strategies to prevent or stop such violence or to hold perpetrators accountable,” USCIRF said.
USCIRF further stated that the, “continued systematic, ongoing, and egregious violations of freedom of religion or belief” in Nigeria should have earned the country a place on the official CPC list since 2009. I hope the Christians can pray harder, believing that they will heave a sigh of relief soon.