Hungarian President Novak Mourns Plateau Massacre Victims
Katalin Novak, the president of Hungary, has paid respect to the hundreds of Nigerians who perished in the Christmas Eve massacre in Plateau State.
Recall that Parallel Facts reported that suspected herdsmen launched attacks on two local government areas in Plateau, Nigeria, leading to the deaths of at least 112 residents and injuries to 47 others.
The assailants, presumed to be herdsmen, struck 12 communities across Barkin Ladi and Bokkos council areas on Christmas Eve.
The Hungarian President expressed her deep condolences over the incident on her X (formerly Twitter) page. She wrote, “Brutal attack on #Christians at #Christmas in #Nigeria🇳🇬. According to certain news outlets, more than a hundred people were killed. My thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims. This massacre must end. Persecuted Christians must receive help.”
The incident, now known as the Plateau Massacre, has sparked widespread outrage and calls for immediate action to prevent further loss of life.
As the world watches, the hope is for swift and decisive action to bring the perpetrators to justice and restore peace to the affected communities.