Late in the evening of November 28 last year, Habila Adamu was at home with his wife and kids in the Yobe state of Northern Nigeria when visitors stopped by. He opened the door, shocked to find gunmen wearing robes and masks.
They demanded he step outside and they peppered him with questions. What was his name? Habila Adamu. Was he a member of the Nigerian police? No. Was he a soldier? No. Was he a member of the state security service? No. He told them he was a businessman.
“OK, are you a Christian?” they asked.
“I am a Christian,” Habila said.
Initially fearful, Habila came to terms with the realization that it was the day of his death. He began praying for strength, forgiveness and salvation…
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