The General Overseer, Living Faith Church Worldwide, a.k.a. Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedopo, expressed his anger over the incessant attack by the violent Islamic sect – Boko Haram. Bishop Oyedepo Says Boko Haram Is Beyond Politics.
He tells his congregation – ” If you catch anyone that LOOKS LIKE THEM (BOKO HARAM) – kill him! Kill him and pull out his neck. Spill his blood on the ground. What nonsense!”
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Boko Haram’s recent attack in Baga, Borno State, which killed hundreds, possibly thousands, on 3 January has once again drawn attention to the Islamist militant group that has been terrorising northern Nigeria for more than five years.
The group is responsible for the deaths of approximately 9,000 people in total, according to the Council on Foreign Relations‘ Nigeria Security Tracker, though estimates vary and this number does not include January’s attack. The Nigerian government has said there were 150 deaths in the Baga attack, but other reports suggest it was as many as 2,000. Amnesty International has said it could be the group’s deadliest attack to date.
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