Fulani herdsmen in Kaduna, Nigeria, last week burned a church and killed two people across multiple villages, yet another terrorist attack in a country that has been awash in violence in recent years.
Over two days, the Islamic herdsmen launched the attacks in the southern part of the state, also kidnapping one individual and demanding a ransom for his life. At least two people, a woman and a child, were injured.
Last month saw a particularly brutal series of attacks by the herdsmen in that country, including terrorist assaults which left more than 60 Christians dead. Two weeks ago, three Christians were killed in two separate attacks by the Fulani.