Nigeria is roughly divided in half between Christians, living mostly in the southern and central parts of the country, and Muslims, concentrated mostly in the northern and southwestern regions. Constant friction between ethnic groups, religious rivalry, and territorial disputes, has created an extremely risky environment for Christians in some regions. The terrorist activity of Boko Haram has become world known for its violence and cruelty. Jonas Soto interviews Bishop Mathew Kukha, from the diocese of Sokoto in Nigeria.
Date of Production: 2016
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