Press Conference urges Trump administration to appoint a U.S. Special Envoy to Nigeria/Lake Chad

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On December 19, 2018 Rep. Ron Estes (R-KS.) and the Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC) Coalition joined other concerned groups to urge the Trump administration to appoint a special envoy to the Nigeria/Lake Chad region of Africa to help protect Christians who are being murdered, kidnapped and attacked in what many are calling “pure genocide.”

Save the Persecuted Christians is working to raise awareness of the global persecution of Christians to build an irresistible grassroots force to impel real costs on the persecutors for the commission of these crimes against humanity.

Rep. Ron Estes (R-KS-4th) member of the Committee on Homeland Security:

Frank Wolf represented the 10th District of Virginia in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1981 to 2015.  He is the author of the International Religious Freedom Act, which infused America’s first freedom –religious freedom –into U.S. foreign policy. Wolf serves on Save the Persecuted Christians legislative working group:

The Most Rev. Dr. Benjamin Argak Kwashi is the bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Jos and archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Jos in the Church of Nigeria. Bishop Kwashi is the current General Secretary of General Anglican Future Conference ( GAFCON):

Director of Religious Liberty Programs for the Institute on Religion & Democracy
At the Institute since 1993, Faith McDonnell is an expert on international religious freedom with a special focus on Sudan and South Sudan. She is a founding members of the Save the Persecuted Christians coalition:

Frank Gaffney is the Founder of Save the Persecuted Christians:

Fr. Andre Mahanna is the President and Founder of St. Rafka’s Mission of Hope and Mercy and a founding member of the Save the Persecuted Christians Coalition. Fr. Andre works to engage Christians from all professions on the issue of global persecution of Christians and the need to keep God in the public square:

Stephen Enada is the President and co-Founder of the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON) and is a member of the Save the Persecuted Christians advisory board:

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