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    Woman en Route to Her Wedding, 10 Other Christians Killed in NIgeria

    Updated: January 14, 2020 at 3:19 pm EST  See Comments

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    Woman en Route to Her Wedding, 10 Other Christians Killed in NIgeria

    JOS, Nigeria, January 13, 2020 (Morning Star News) – Suspected Boko Haram terrorists killed a woman and her bridal party in northeast Nigeria five days before her planned New Year’s Eve wedding, and eight other Christians were killed in separate attacks, sources said.

    Martha Bulus and her two bridesmaids were stopped on Dec. 26 as they made their way from Gwoza, Borno state to Martha Bulus’ hometown in Adamawa state for her wedding, were ordered from their vehicle, identified as Christians and then beheaded, church leaders said. Eight other Christians were killed in the same area on the same day, one church leader said.

    Bulus and her two Christian friends were traveling on the Maiduguri-Yola highway when they were stopped near Gwoza and killed. Bulus was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Maiduguri, according to the Rev. Francis Arinse, director of communications for the Catholic Diocese of Maiduguri.Maiduguri.

    “They were beheaded by Boko Haram insurgents at Gwoza on their way to her hometown,” Arinse told Morning Star News in a text message.

    The Rev. Naga Williams Mohammed, chairman of the Borno State Chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), confirmed the killings in a text message to Morning Star News, adding that assailants also killed eight other Christians and kidnapped two Christian women at the same spot on the same day, but at different times.

    “Martha and her

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