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Release International Prayer Shields, Nigeria and Pakistan


Pray for communities in Plateau state, Nigeria who endured 11 days of attacks in April at the hands of Fulani militants; 18 people were killed.


In Nigeria, Fulani militants killed 12 people in attacks on predominantly Christian villages in Kokona County, Nasarawa state, over four days. Many homes were destroyed. Pray for the hundreds of villagers who were displaced.


Rev Yakubu Shuaibu of the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria (EYN) was killed by Islamic State West Africa Province who broke into his house in Borno state. Ask God to heal his pregnant wife who was shot and wounded, and provide for her.


Pray for all those bereaved and injured by Fulani militants who launched a nine-day killing spree across Benue state, Nigeria in early April, killing 134 Christians.


Pray for the work of our partner in northern tribal Pakistan which is supporting persecuted believers by developing and distributing Christian materials in different formats, from print to audio.


Continue to pray for a change in Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, despite strong resistance to reform by hardline political forces.


Pray for Christian Mussarat Bibi and Muslim Muhammad Sarmad, work colleagues facing blasphemy charges in Punjab province, Pakistan. They burnt papers to clear a storeroom at the school where they worked, not realising they included Koranic pages.

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